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"PMJT spoke to media at 3:30pm IST - said @randeepssarai "has and will" take responsibility for inviting Atwal.
However, Ancelotti believes errors come from his goalkeeper wanting to take responsibility for his penalty area, which the Italian views as a positive attribute.
I take responsibility for everything that's happened when I was Chancellor and Prime Minister.
Domestic violence and sex offender schemes can be based on intensive group work to force criminals to confront their behaviour, take responsibility for it and develop solutions to change that behaviour.
It should be quite simple really but until those in authority stop rewarding those who don't take responsibility for their own actions nothing will change ...
To this end, Tuckman (2003) developed four specific strategies for achievement borne of research on effectance and mastery motivation: take reasonable risk, take responsibility for your outcomes, search the environment and use feedback.
al., 2002b) Strategies for Achievement model by empirically demonstrating the viability of four strategies: take reasonable risk, take responsibility for your outcomes, search the environment and use feedback for enhancing the achievement of high school students as well as college students.
For him, the key question is: Given that certain people can't or won't take responsibility for themselves, what do we do?
Collective responsibility per se is not, he says, a problem - not every individual can take responsibility for himself.
It is my contention that the obligation of following one's conscience consists in the obligation to take responsibility for one's actions whether those actions are mistaken or not.
He replied: "I take responsibility for everything that's happened when I was Chancellor and Prime Minister.
Is it fair to have to take responsibility for things that are not your fault?