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Families and Employers #1 Choice

The Triangle Model

Families and employers are clear during our conversations as to what they want. They say they "like our Triangle Model" because they were not seeing the Core Principles explicitly taught in schools today.


What we find priceless in our schools is a non-judgmental understanding that everyone starts from a different place every day. The tool our schools use with students and adults alike is the Mood Meter.


With students in schools barely 14% (1/7th of the time) in one calendar year, motivating them to leave school every day feeling more pleasant and more energetic on the Mood Meter at the end of the day is critical to maximizing the remaining 84% (6/7th of the time). 


Successful teams recognize that people on the team (a) communicate differently, (b) deal with conflicts differently, (c) decide differently, (d) handle emotions differently, (e) manage stress differently, (f) think differently, and (g) use time differently. Here is a sample team of six people who have rated one another on how others experience them.


We also show you how two people, Person A and Person B from two opposite quadrants learned to adjust to each other's styles with intentional, interpersonal flexibility.

Results-based Listening

"Ahas" and their impact on relationships - (1) Both persons felt that they could forge long-term relationships by sharing time, our most precious resource; (2) Both got into considerable detail to better understand different points of view; (3) Both recognized that questions matter! Good follow up questions with active listening mattered even more; (4) Both understood how they can better achieve outcomes through Results-based Listening when they "reflect back to the speaker the gist of what we hear."

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