• TED* Practitioners in Action

    “My first TED* presentation was a hit and I had a ton of fun. The HR Training Coordinator let me know that it was one of the best trainings she’d ever seen and wanted to talk about doing it for a larger audience of hers. I’m so very grateful for the time together, the learning and the incredible facilitation skills you two have.” – Lori Darley, CEO and Founder of Conscious Leaders, Author of Dancing Naked
  • The Dreaded Drama Triangle

    The Dreaded Drama Triangletm is made up of three roles: The Victim (who feels powerless), The Persecutor (who wields power over the Victim), and The Rescuer (who jumps in to solve the Victim’s problems, thereby leaving him powerless).
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  • The TED* Triangle

    The TED* (*The Empowerment Dynamic) consists of three roles. The Creator Role (takes responsibility & focuses on what they want to create), The Challenger Role (provokes learning & growth with benevolent intent), and The Coach Role (supports the Creator in their efforts by asking powerful questions).
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TED* Practitioner Program

April 25-26 in Cleveland, Ohio, hosted by Cleveland Clinic

“There is limited seating and this program always sells out. Contact donna@powerofted.com today.”
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The Course

3vqThe 3 Vital Questions online course provides an organizational context that makes the Power of TED* frameworks and processes actionable and easy to apply in everyday situations and creates cultures of empowerment that produces results.
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The Consulting

Bring TED* to Your Organization

TED* provides a practical way for all employees – regardless of position – to learn to relate and work together with less drama.
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The Book

The Power of TED* (*The Empowerment Dynamic) 10th Anniversary Edition by David EmeraldOver 70,000 copies sold!

Available online at Amazon.com
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3 Vital Questions… ensures we execute on our long-term vision

ryan simmons“The 3 Vital Questions provided a simple way to start a nuanced conversation about how we can all be empowered to succeed at the important work we do here at Children’s Hospital Colorado. The skills we developed in the program enabled us to bring heart to what we do, while also ensuring we execute on our long-term vision.”

—Ryan Simmons
Director of People Development
Children’s Hospital Colorado

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