The Danger of Complaining: Drama Allies and People As Objects
I spent a lot of years complaining about former president George Bush. The more I complained, the more negative he became in my eyes. All I looked for was evidence to back up my belief that he was a bad president. Then I had an experience that opened my eyes. Read More
What Can Basketball Teach Us About Drama?
Discovered by Dr. Stephen Karpman, The Drama Triangle is one of the most elegant and practical models of how people interact in distress. Read More
How Do Different Personalities Lead Through Crisis, And How Can You Help?
In this sequel to the Chief Executive article I wrote on how leaders can cope through personal crisis I describe the other three personality types, and I'm including how those near to them can help as well. Read More
Conflict Without Casualties is Coming! Join My Book Launch Team
I'm so excited to get the word out that I'm forming a launch team to help me. My team will be limited to the first 100 people to sign up. I'm looking for persons who are familiar with Next Element's work and passionate about helping change agents communicate and negotiate conflict better. Read More
What is Compassionate Accountability? Podcast Interview with Nate Regier
In this interview with Erin Caldwell of Corporate Ink, Dr. Nate Regier explains Next Element's concept of Compassionate Accountability. Read More