"Blame can become a terrible habit–one that’s extremely costly both personally, socially and culturally.” -Miki Kashtan, Co-Founder of Bay Area Nonviolent Communication (http://baynvc.org)
As Miki says in the above quote, when you play the "blame game" there are only losers. Nobody wins, not really. But when you learn to dissolve blame, you change the game. Everyone wins.
Blame is responsible for most of the damaging conflicts in our world today. It kills collaboration and drains our energy. Yet it's such a normalized behavior that it can be difficult to notice ourselves doing it, let alone choose to do something different.
Francois Beausoleil (author of "Blame Free State") has devoted the past several years of his life to acting on his most passionate mission: making blame obsolete. He has distilled his years of research and coaching on this topic into a 2-day program, packed with wisdom and powerful tools to dissolve blame, reduce conflict, and liberate ourselves in new ways.