Title: Stop the Drama and Do the Work / An Introduction to the Drama Triangle
Featured: Ed Muzio, CEO of Group Harmonics / Diana Chapman, Founding Member of The Conscious Leadership Group
Publication Date: 2009 / 2014
Summary: Muzio and Chapman review the basic positions within Karpman's Drama Triangle. Dr. Karpman's framework explains drama through through people falling into one of three roles: the victim, the villain, or the hero. Do you find yourself blaming others for your problems? Do you have a strong need to leap in to save people when they relate their problems? Do you get your meaning through challenging other people?
Karpman's Drama Triangle is an important framework to understand both personally and professionally. If this concept is new to you, dedicate some time today to research and read more information on this topic.
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