3 Vital Questions: Applying the Power of TED* to Work and Life
This eCourse gets an A+. Easy to navigate, superb quality with impactful content and helps develop agility of thinking and a better way of being. I’ve experienced it personally and highly recommend it to my clients.”
Lynda McNutt Foster, CEO, Cortex Leadership Consulting
What if you could ask just 3 questions to help you apply the Power of TED* in your work and life, in any moment?
In this course, we talk a lot about drama. We’re not referring to the dramas we see on television or in the movies. No, we’re talking about the type of drama we experience in our daily lives—at work, at home, and in other areas of our lives.
We ALL experience drama—it is part of the human experience. If we can learn to see when we are engaged in daily drama, pause, and ask ourselves and others the 3 Vital Questions of this course, you will be well on your way to transforming your relationships.
After completing this course, you’ll understand and be able to put these questions into practice. You will also forever change the way you relate to others, how you relate to yourself, and enhance your capacity for taking empowered action.
While we will be talking mainly about these ideas as they show up in our workplaces, we trust you will find the concepts, tools, and experiences as being just as relevant to your personal life.
What makes this course different from other online training programs out there?
Through my work, I’ve found that people want to make progress together. Until there is a shared way of relating and taking action, this possibility is viewed as a distant concept. It is the interaction between people that matters. Something powerful is revealed in the work with the 3 Vital Questions that forever enhances the way people work and engage with one another. I encourage you to experience this change for yourself by enrolling yourself or your team in the 3 Vital Questions today!
Are You Ready?
The 3 Vital Questions provides a simple way to start a nuanced conversation about how we can all be empowered to succeed at the important work we do here at Children’s Hospital Colorado. The skills we developed in the program enabled us to bring heart to what we do, while also ensuring we execute on our long-term vision.”
Ryan Simmons, Director of People Development Children’s Hospital Colorado
Who Is the course For?
This is the perfect online course for people or teams who are seeking a way to transform their everyday drama into resilient and resourceful relationships that improve organizational outcomes. Common problems that participants experience before enrolling in the course include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Relationship conflict and/or workplace drama
- Feeling victimized by co-workers
- Frustration with time wasted on lousy relationships (gossip, ganging up, workplace politics, etc.)
- The feeling of being overwhelmed, stressed, anxious, or puzzled by life’s drama
- Struggling with an uneasy feeling that they aren’t being their best self
- Making impulsive or poor decisions
- Feeling exhausted and lacking the creativity they know they have
- Lonely because relationships haven’t worked in the past
The Power of TED* is a highly effective, deceptively simple tool for achieving personal and professional transformation.
In addition, David and Donna are an amazing partnership and resource for implementing TED* in all aspects of life.”
Jayne Cronlund, Principal Flourishing Coaching
This course is broken up into 8 units:
Drama and conflict in life and at work results in lost productivity, lack of focus, turf battles and in-fighting, rumors, disgust, blaming and fault-finding, absenteeism, exhaustion, turnover, and generally toxic relationships.Imagine how much easier your life would be without those things around you!
Be a positive influence and inspire change around you
When you move from the Victim to Creator role, you empower the people around you to abandon their Dreaded Drama Triangle roles as well. Once you and the people around you, whether at work or in your everyday life, starting relating to each other using the TED* triangle roles you’ll find your relationships get stronger, more productive, and easier.
A bit more about what you’ll learn in the course:
- The 3 roles of Victim, Persecutor, and Rescuer that show up when people are stuck in workplace drama cycles
- How to transform everyday drama into resilient and resourceful relationships
- How to improve organizations outcomes by breaking the drama cycle and focus on what matters most
- How to communicate in new and empowering ways
What’s Included in the 3 Vital Questions eCourse: