TED*(*The Empowerment Dynamic‪)‬ 12+

Experience Freedom From Drama

Bainbridge Leadership Center, LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

The Empowerment Dynamic is a social model of positive human interactions that was first described in 2005 by David Emerald. Also known by its initials, TED* (*The Empowerment Dynamic)® is based upon positive psychology and is described graphically as an upward pointing triangle with its roles of Creator, Challenger and Coach. TED* is used as a tool in professional coaching, therapy, positive team development, communication training, and cultural change models. The Empowerment Dynamic’s underlying frameworks point the way toward an upgrade in the “human operating system” and is applicable to any level of human system.

The Empowerment Dynamic serves as a positive alternative to Dr. Stephan Karpman’s drama triangle and its roles of Victim, Persecutor and Rescuer. The drama triangle illuminates dysfunctional relationships in discord, while The Empowerment Dynamic describes relationships that are outcome-focused, positive, constructive, co-creative and empowering.

The Empowerment Dynamic generates resiliency and flexibility for those who want to make a lasting and positive impact by transforming everyday drama with individuals, professionals, and organizations. We offer free weekly “TED* Works!” blogs to discern drama sooner in order to transform it faster; self-paced courses; as well as trainings and certifications. Join this empowering community of like-minded people to help change the world - one baby step and relationship at a time!

What’s New

Version 8.86.3

Bug fixes and performance enhancements.

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