Stress Management, Thoughts

SCARF Model in the times of Covid-19

Lately I have been thinking a lot about how this Covid pandemic has been pushing a lot of our SCARF “buttons”, in so many ways.
We all have specific triggers/stimuli that induce conscious and subconscious reactions in each of us and thus, play an important role in our well-being. It’s about these that I will write today and start this short series of blog post dedicated to the SCARF model.  … Read More SCARF Model in the times of Covid-19

Game of Thrones, GOT, PCM, PCM analysis, Theory of PCM

A PCM-based analysis of the personality types of main Game of Thrones characters (Part 3/6: Tyrion Lannister)

This blog post series aims to help you beter understand and practice PCM by analysing the base personality types of the Game of Thrones main characters. This particular post focuses on Tyrion Lannister. Enjoy! :)… Read More A PCM-based analysis of the personality types of main Game of Thrones characters (Part 3/6: Tyrion Lannister)

Game of Thrones, GOT, PCM, PCM analysis, Theory of PCM

A PCM-based analysis of the personality types of main Game of Thrones characters (Part 2/6: Sansa Stark)

Hello dear reader and thank you for coming back to check out the second article of the series dedicated to analysing the personality types of the Game of Thrones main characters from the point of view of their base personality type, according to PCM. In this post we look at Sansa Stark, the elder daughter… Read More A PCM-based analysis of the personality types of main Game of Thrones characters (Part 2/6: Sansa Stark)

collaborative and blended learning, Learning & Development

How to make habits work for you – Katrin Kircheis

I am happy to introduce the second guest blog post from Katrin Kircheis from Kika Training. In her first guest blog post she was talking about making learning and collaboration a habit to boost performance. This new article explains how habits work and how you can make them work for you.  Neat. I hope you… Read More How to make habits work for you – Katrin Kircheis

collaborative and blended learning, Learning & Development, Thoughts

Collaborative and Blended Learning – Katrin Kircheis

Collaborative and blended learning is a key ingredient in any organisation’s approach to learning and development. As an entrepreneur and freelance trainer, I got to hear about and see some companies who have implemented such an approach and saw it working wonders for their teams. Another advantage of being a freelance trainer is that you… Read More Collaborative and Blended Learning – Katrin Kircheis