Robin has been developing beliefs around "Deep Accountability" for several years.  Some day, when she writes her dissertation, this will be the focus. 

Deep Accountability means:

·         Each of us is in control of our own satisfaction and fulfillment.

·         We find fulfillment when we are doing our best to improve the world in the ways that our values guide us.

·         We are best aligned to our most truthful values when we define them with intention and connection to others.

·         Blaming others for our feelings is the inverse of accountability.

·         Our actions belong to us; each person takes credit for their successes and failures.

·         Each of us is responsible for being aware of and communicating effectively about our own choices and boundaries.

·         We are not responsible for other people’s well-being without their consent. Which means trusting others to take care of  themselves and to ask for help when they need it.

Deep Accountability is a concept that appears throughout all of the work that Robin does, and her Leadership Development, Training and Public speaking programs reflect that theme.


Here is some of the inspiration for this developing idea:

“Our dreams have a greater meaning when they are tied to the betterment of our community.”

-Dr. Tererai Trent

Brene Brown video about Blame


If your Relationship is Failing, Here's Why.  An article by Dr. Margaret Paul