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PCM; manipulation; questions;
PCM PCM analysis

“Isn’t applying PCM a form of manipulation, in the end?”

Here I am, continuing with another question I often receive from the participants in my PCM workshops (in-house or open). This time: “Isn’t applying PCM a form of manipulation, in the end?” As you might already know, PCM is a tool to help us connect to other people and build better relationships by speaking a …

Motivating with PCM; Process Communication Model; conflict behaviours; Magda Tabac;
PCM PCM analysis

“But if I motivate them when they act like that, don’t I encourage negative behaviours?”

One of the questions I receive at times, when I deliver my PCM workshops (in-house or open) and talk about motivating with PCM, relates to what we call “charging the batteries” of people who behave in rather unproductive manners, in order to motivate them and invite them out of their distress. Participants ask if, by …

PCM; 6 types of procrastinators; Magda Tabac
PCM

Six Types Of Procrastinators, And How To Lead Them With Compassionate Accountability®- by Dr. Nate Regier

This is an article about how PCM can explain the different types of procrastinators and what can we do to help. It was written by Dr. Nate Regier, a PCM certifying master trainer and I am happy to share it with you.

Puzzle pieces and two people - styles of communication
PCM

Four Styles of Communication Every Leader Should Master – by Dr. Nate Regier

Author and Co-founder of Next Element, Dr. Nate Regier is a certifying master trainer for Process Communication Model. For years, I have been reading his articles on his company’s blog, listened to his podcasts and participated in some of the webinars he has organised. I thought it would be great to share some of his articles with you too, on my blog, as they brought me a lot of value and I bet they will do the same for you. We’ll start with an article about the four styles of communication that PCM discusses.

breathing practice; magda tabac;
Neuroscience Stress Management

The breathing practice that calms anxiety and increases resilience

Many of the resilience-building exercises and practices can take a lot of time to work. The good thing about the breathing practice I am presenting to you today is that you can do it ‘on the spot’, without needing to physically disengage from the stressful/anxiety-inducing situation.

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