3 Vital Questions® Workshop

NEXT EVENT: November 16, 2022, 9am-4pm

LOCATION: St. John’s Episcopal Church in Chico, CA

Note: Lunch and materials are included.

STANDARD FEE: $149 (Additional Team Members pay $100)


We ALL experience drama—it is part of the human experience. If we can learn to see when we are engaged in daily drama, pause, and ask ourselves and others the 3 Vital Questions of this course, you will be well on your way to transforming your relationships.

Workplace drama is often present when we don’t realize it. In fact, dissatisfaction at work can often derive from dynamics at work that undermine all the positive culture and projects we engage in at work. This course simply describes our base line operating systems and how we can inadvertently be focused on problems when in fact we are better off focusing on outcomes. Join an interactive day-long experience to build a new muscle resulting in more satisfaction at work, higher producing teams and more streamlined paths to meeting your desired outcomes.


In this course, you will learn how to drastically transform your everyday workplace drama into resourceful, resilient and innovative relationships that improve organizational outcomes.

By applying the 3 Vital Questions (3VQ)® and The Power of TED* (*The Empowerment Dynamic)® frameworks, you will learn to catch yourselves sooner in your reactive drama and communicate in new and empowering ways. 

You’ll learn: 

    • Practical tools to recognize personal triggers in everyday dramas and how to shift into more empowering ways of relating to co-workers, others, and themselves 
    • How to relate more effectively with colleagues when drama patterns show up
    • Increased self-awareness and engagement by understanding how you think and relate to others
    • The three empowering roles of Creator, Challenger, and Coach and how each role enables leaders to recover from reactive behaviors more quickly so they can coach and develop staff
    • How renewed courage to make personal changes that help you show up at work with less stress and more ease will increase both effectiveness and fulfillment
    • To use 3VQ for inspired and creative decisions, even in the face of drama and uncertainty; To ignite your passion for work and those you work with.

What’s Included? 

  • 3VQ Book
  • 3VQ Participant Guide
  • App-Access to 7-Day 3VQ Challenge [READ MORE]
  • Coffee, snacks, lunch


Because the program is interactive and the tools are very practical, it is ideal for a wide range of contexts in government, community based organizations, and for profit businesses.



Scott Winter

Chief Facilitation Officer, Brain-Friendly Dynamics

Scott has over 30 years of experience designing and delivering brain-friendly training programs and strategic initiatives for corporations, local and federal governments, non-profits and schools, and has led, trained, and directed leadership programs for organizations throughout Russia, Taiwan, Portugal, Japan, Australia, and the U.S. Scott’s clients also include organizations in the pharmaceutical, healthcare, agribusiness, telecom, food and beverage, manufacturing, sports, and technology industries.

Laura Cootsona

Director, Good Well Consulting

Laura exists to bring people together to build, solve, work, and have fun. She believes that collaboration and teamwork is the key to community wellness, quality of life, and opportunities for all of us to grow. She has built her 30 year consulting and facilitation practice focused on fundraising, marketing, CEO coaching, strategic planning, and board development.

Laura is a founding board member of the Camp Fire Collaborative and has lived in Chico, CA since 2003 with her husband, and two grown daughters.

She holds a Masters in Nonprofit Administration (MNA) from University of San Francisco and a BA from UC Berkeley in Religious Studies. 

3 Vital Questions® Workshop

NEXT EVENT: November 16, 2022, 9am-4pm

LOCATION: St. John’s Episcopal Church in Chico, CA

Note: Lunch and materials are included.

STANDARD FEE: $149  (Additional Team Members pay $100)