An emotional triangle is present in virtually every conflict that doesn’t resolve quickly or easily. An emotional triangle can be described as a triangle with three points – A, B, and C. Typically an emotional triangle could involve one person and two issues, two people and one issue, or three people. This workshop assists you in navigating each of these types of triangles and invites you to consider how you operate within each of these triangles and gives you strategies to move into the C position.
This workshop consists of roughly 20 minutes of video content and a case study to assist you in deepening your learning. Below is the workshop outline.
1.0 – Introduction
2.0 – Three people
3.0 – 1 person, 2 issues/2 people, 1 issue
4.0 – Three choices in triangulation
5.0 – Self-differentiation
6.0 – Victim, Villian, Rescuer
7.0 – The self-triangle
8.0 – Identities and jobs
9.0 – Summary
When you ask Betty about her work, she will readily tell you that she loves what she does and that it has been her tremendous privilege to work in the field of organizational health for so many years. Betty’s passion and vision is to support organizations of all types – and their leaders – as they seek to move toward health and vitality. Betty’s capacity to listen deeply and to hear that which her clients are trying to articulate is especially significant. She offers her clients profound care and respect. Said most simply – she loves the people with whom she works. Betty leads with clarity, strength, compassion and humility. From her stance of listening, she helps organizations to set a direction for the tough, meaningful and important conversations they wish to have.