Accountability Mindset Workshop
Encouraging Experience and Reflection on Reality
most common for ages ~7-12
While teaching proper behavior and monitoring the child’s actions is still important, the Accountability Mindset makes a shift towards intentionally granting the child greater privileges in choosing and then giving a child time and space to personally recognize the outcomes of those choices. Parents regularly lead the child in honest, open-minded reflection on structured options and choices as well as natural consequences. The focus is on mentoring and motivating the child with a vision that he/she can control much of his/her personal destiny by the choices he/she makes.
Transition Towards Accountability: Innocence to Accountability
True Accountability (Part 1): How can I talk to my child about true accountability?
True Accountability (Part 2): How can I talk to my child about true accountability?
When my child throws a gutter ball.
Turning complaints and questions into accountability.
Common accountability-stage phrases.
Real life examples.
Natural vs. Man-Made
When are rewards okay? Coming soon...