I didn’t do it, it wasn’t me! How the Blame Cycle can divide a workplace!


‘ I didn’t do it it wasn’t me!’ is a fusion between high-level leadership training and the fun of theatre.

Have you ever played ‘the blame game’? Or had people play the game around you and dragged you in hoping you would take their side?

It doesn’t feel like a game when you’re in it – in fact it can be soul destroying.  Having team members blaming each other for their problems can bring down the motivation and morale of the whole team.

This story of Lauren and David will have you laughing and crying at the same time. Oh, if only it wasn’t so true!!

Being able to sit back and observe from the safety of your seat will allow you to enjoy the theatrics, and see the humour in their situation.

More importantly, after the performance, we will give you new tools and insights to stop this happening in your workplace.

Let us show you how to be a dynamic leader and avoid the ‘blame cycle’.

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Dates: Thursday 21st November 2013
Venue: JCU Boathouse, McGregor Road, Smithfield
Times: 6.30 networking  & cash bar & nibbles7.00pm – 9.00 Performance with  interval
Sponsor JCU Student Association
Contact Carol Hautot 0421 706 068 carol@dynamicconversations.com
Price Adult $66Groups of 6 $55 per person

Student $25 (must be able to provide student ID)

Extra Tag lines 100% tax deductable business education
What every leader needs to know!
1 Show only – hurry and book now
Book on-line www.dynamicconversations.comOr direct at www.trybooking.com/64491
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One Comment on “I didn’t do it, it wasn’t me! How the Blame Cycle can divide a workplace!

  1. Pingback: I didn’t do it, it wasn’t me! How the Blame Cycle can divide a workplace! | Cairns Connect: Caring For Cairns

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