At work we think about processes and deliverables and deadlines. Let's think about how we think.
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What is the Karpman Drama Triangle?
First described by Dr. Stephen Karpman in the late 1960’s, the Drama Triangle identified the roles of "Victim" "Persecutor" and "Rescuer". All drama contains these three roles. It's how humans manage their fear and anxiety. First they feel like a "victim"....second they look for someone or something (a person/alcohol/social media) to "rescue" them and they look for someone to blame for their lot in life...a "persecutor".
These three roles are toxic and create strain in both work relationships and personal relationships. Therapists have used the Karpman Drama Triangle to provide insight and help into relationship management for years. It was not until Emerald introduced the Empowerment Dynamic that we had an antidote to the Drama Triangle.
It’s not what happens to us in life, it’s how we respond to what happens.
As a registered practitioner of Emerald's material Charlie Moon will show your staff how to empower themselves and make better life choices. Morale will improve. Drama will decrease. You will be able to invest your time at work doing what made you successful rather than spend your time managing drama.
Charlie Moon, a creator in his own right contacted the Bainbridge Leadership Center and became a Practitioner of Emerald's material.
Charlie provides insight and solutions to help clients and their organizations “think about how they think” and find a better path.
Elizabeth Gilbert the author of “Eat, Pray Love” said (about Emerald's content)….
“Really smart and helpful information about stronger, saner and healthier ways of behaving”
Recently a healthcare organization received 90 evaluations on the work Charlie facilitated. 100% indicated they benefited professionally.
Thank you for bringing to our attention the work you do to “transform drama into productivity”. We have noticed a change of morale and problem solving in the workplace. When we received the evaluations after the sessions, 100% of those in attendance said “yes” they benefited professionally, and 99% said “yes” they benefited personally.
The post evaluations comments included:
“Charlie made it fun, using audience examples helped me see it better, great speaker, neat presentation, very informative, really learned something, love the training, learned a lot to help autistic son, very beneficial, very well put, a great session, entertaining and very informative, interesting presenter.” Suggestion for future topics? “Anything that Charlie has to talk about”.
It’s been three months since you spoke to our caregivers, the models and interaction with our people help them have a better work and home life.
Resolving challenges is challenging. When work involves round the clock healthcare for those unable to care for themselves, having these models to draw on gives our caregivers tools that are beneficial.
Going forward when you have a prospective client, feel free to have them reach out to me. I can provide feedback on the work you do as well as how you are to work with. Our plan is to continue our relationship because it is valuable to our caregivers and to our administrative staff.
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