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Blog: Stress – It’s Past Time to Pay Attention

Stress. Dealing with Burnout. Preventing Burnout. By Nancy Brown-Johnston STRESS! Is there anything new to be said? Maybe not, yet many of us need help dealing with high stress levels in our lives today. Here is a quick review of some recognized stress facts: Stress is a very necessary and positive life force Stress is…

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Blog: The Power of the TripleWin

In my 35+ years of experience, organizations succeed when they focus on 3 Wins, A Win for the Customer, A Win for the Organization, and A Win for the Individual. It is often the gaps in business strategy and their failure to focus simultaneously on the customer, the organization and the needs of the individual…

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Blog: The Power of Lists

When I really need to get organized, I make lists. I create mental lists as well as physical lists. For some people, lists are a natural a way of staying organized and managing their everyday lives. In the language of the popular personality assessment tool, the Myers Briggs Type Indictator¹ (MBTI), it is a life…

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Blog: Complainers vs. Problem Solvers

“If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude. Don’t complain.” Maya Angelou Are you a complainer or a problem solver? That is a pretty simple, straight-forward question, and your answer is probably, “it depends.” We have a right to complain, and complaining isn’t a problem until it becomes…

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Blog: Relationships — The Red Line

Transactions are always about relationships—be they good, bad, neglected, important, casual, or professional. The list of adjectives could go on forever. Our lifetime of relationships weaves the fabric of our approach to life. In reality, our personal rules for how we conduct ourselves in relation to others is a key behavioral red line. To cross…

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The TripleWin Relationship Model

An English version of this atricle will be here soon.By Nancy Brown-Johnston The fundamental framework of TripleWin is the TripleWin Relationship Model. It anchors our philosophy and guides us in our consulting and training approaches. The model is a powerful description of the range of behaviors found in most organizations.  The TripleWin Relationship Model™ I’m…

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