Karpman’s dramatic triangle in the workplace and in the community – how to avoid it?

Karpman’s dramatic triangle in the workplace and in the community – how to avoid it?

Have you ever heard of Karpman’s Drama Triangle? Do you know people who give more than they can get? Or do you feel like a “Savior” yourself? The Savior is one of the three key roles in the Drama Triangle, which is a concept that illustrates the roles people assume. It not only affects family relationships or between friends, but such a psychological game is also noticeable in the sphere of work. What is the Karpman Drama Triangle and how to avoid it in the workplace and in the community?

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6 steps to a career change

6 steps to a career change

The transition to the next stage of professional development is associated with the need to develop new skills and find yourself in a new situation. Therefore, it is worth preparing for them properly. If you are expecting a significant change in your job, think about what you can do right now to get the best out of the situation.

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12 spectacular business success stories that wouldn’t arise without failures and mistakes at the beginning

12 spectacular business success stories that wouldn’t arise without failures and mistakes at the beginning

Failure is almost inherent in any success. It’s the kind of path that just looks like going from failure to failure. If it were otherwise – almost everyone would achieve spectacular success without much effort. The owners of the largest companies that have achieved global success know perfectly well that every stumble is not a reason to give up, but to find a new way of acting. Sometimes it turns out that it is a painful failure or a huge mistake at the beginning of the business path that caused the company to go in a different direction than before – towards the top, leaving all the competition behind. It is no different for the largest companies that you know very well, such as Google and Facebook. Read 12 spectacular business success stories that wouldn’t have happened without failures and mistakes right from the start.

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6 levels of task delegation by Harvey Sherman

6 levels of task delegation by Harvey Sherman

Some time ago, the topic of effective task delegation appeared on our blog. We wrote why delegating tasks and responsibilities to other people is important, what are its benefits and how to do it effectively. The purpose of cooperation with a business coach may be precisely to develop the delegation competences of managers, leaders or managers in the company. Today we write about various variants of delegating tasks in the company. Harvey Sherman has developed a system of 6 levels of task delegation. Depending on how you want to have control over the delegated task, you can choose one of the six developed levels to control the result. Each of them affects control and execution time differently and may be appropriate for a specific task or employee. Over time, you can gradually increase the level of delegation of tasks in your organization, which translates into increasing team efficiency and saving time. Please note that the following levels of delegation apply to the majority of standardly managed organizations and work organization methods. With turquoise organizations, this model looks completely different and the most common level of delegation in turquoise organizations is level six.
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