The Triangle of Truth
The Surprisingly Simple Secret to Resolving Conflicts Large and Small
Category: Career & Self-Development
The ultimate guide to solving problems, managing conflict and creating peace, wherever you go.
In this summary, you will learn
- How “The Triangle of Truth” works
- How it can improve your problem-solving and negotiating skills
- How to use the Triangle’s seven principles
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Why you should read The Triangle of Truth
Here’s a book for anyone who has ever argued with a colleague, bickered with a boss or tried to negotiate a business deal with an important client. Lisa Earle McLeod takes readers on a journey through her life and into the lives of prominent figures to introduce the seemingly simple concept of “The Triangle of Truth,” a problem-solving technique based on seven basic principles. The Triangle solution seems both intuitive and potentially transformative, if not always easy to achieve. While a straightforward read, the book is a bit repetitive and often too touchy-feely for the business world. Still, it is optimistic, straightforward, illuminating and full of useful tips, including references to related websites. getAbstract suggests this book to any open-minded business leader or manager interested in solving problems and making peace.
About the Author
Business consultant and motivational speaker Lisa Earle McLeod also writes a nationally syndicated newspaper column.
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