The Social Process triangles provide a well-tested approach to analyzing social situations. For those working in local communities, issue campaigners, social networkers, faith-based groups, volunteers in service and public servants alike, the triangles can provide a simple and transparent tool for assessing and working with social dynamics.
Learn how to use social process triangles to help a group discover dynamics at work in their organization and the relationships between those dynamics. Help them identify imbalances that affect the performance and discover strategies to support the changes desired.
Quickly assess complex factors impacting performance
Engage broad input based on objective data
Surface new understanding quickly
This day-long session includes a summary book covering the model in detail. The Social Process Triangles, by Jon and Maureen Jenkins