1. What does accountability mean to you?
  2. What are you accountable for? (job, family, community, personal values)
  3. In relationship is it hard for you to accept accountability or admit wrongdoing?
  4. Think about the last time you made a mistake at the expense of others. How did you navigate that situation? Were you proactive or reactive in acknowledging the error?
  5. How can the concept of accountability be helpful to you in your interactions with others?

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  1. What are some things you believe ALL people are entitled to?
  2. How have you been called to be more compassionate recently?
  3. Can you think of an example of how your feelings of compassion have moved you to act on behalf of others?
  4. Does it help you to share your story with others? What value, if any, do you find in sharing your story?
  5. What does it mean to be a compassionate leader?

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  1. How do you understand the concept of Respect? How do you show respect for others and how do you expect others to show you respect?
  2. What are some personal and professional boundaries that you’ve established for yourself?
  3. Have you experienced challenges expressing your wants/needs? What are some feelings you experience before having a difficult conversation?
  4. Think of a time where you felt disrespected and how did you address your feelings with the other person? (Common trauma responses include: fight, flight, fawn, and freeze)
  5. What reinforces your sense of pride (personal dignity)?

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  1. Define teamwork.
  2. In your opinion, what makes a strong team?
  3. What are strengths that you know you bring to a team environment?
  4. What are some of your triggers that pertain to teamwork?
  5. What tips do you have for fostering stronger communication between team members?

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