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Using Triangulation for Problem-Solving is Never a Good Idea

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On an organizational level, one of the most common shortcomings lies in how difficult it can be to solve conflicts at work. One common and ineffective strategy is triangulation. This is what triangulation means: when A has a problem with B, they blow off steam with C. In other words, people look for another colleague with whom they can talk about their problems and frustrations. However, it’s not a good idea to use triangulation for problem-solving, neither in personal or work relationships. In fact, while it’s true that confiding your emotions, worries, and experiences to someone else can be cathartic,…

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Chantal Maille
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