I am very happy to share a series of podcasts about PCM and Neuroscience. Christine Michaelis, Marketing & Creative Start-up Coach, Founder of the Creative Start-up Academy invited me to record a series of four podcasts on my favourite subjects. Of course, I said yes! 🙂
Following on the positive feedback I received for the first set of visual PCM summaries I shared recently, here I am again, sharing a second one. This one should help you when you are ‘profiling’ someone and you want to see what their Base Personality Type is in PCM.
In Process Communication Model (PCM), Phasing is one of the most interesting processes. It explains changes in our behaviours and motivational needs over time, as well as long-term distress behaviours we exhibit at times.
There are plenty of studies approaching the benefits of writing by hand, and many of them focus on the fact that it improves memory and promotes better and faster learning. In this post, I present to you a summary of my findings.
If you are reading this, you probably know about my passion for Process Communication Model (PCM). Now you will also find out about my passion for drawing. I’m just starting with this, so be gentle with me :). I thought I’d put this to good use and offer you a PCM Personality Types Summary in a visual, and hopefully easier to remember, way.
PCM helps MUSE Global School maintain a positive environment and a culture of healthy connections across all relationships in the school.
I had heard a lot about journaling before, I used to do it as a teenager, but it’s been years since I put a pen on paper and let my thoughts flow…
Today I look at journaling through the lens of the neuroscience behind it. And what I see it’s both interesting and beautiful!
Building up a good connection with your learners is critical to ensuring they are engaged, feel safe and have the potential to thrive. By understanding the six languages of connection, you can adapt your communication to build that bond and see better learning outcomes.
Today I want to share with you several practices to help us keep our brains healthy. They are based on the Neuroscience Academy (by Dr. Sarah McKay) I graduated earlier this year.
Have you ever wondered what makes you happy? The four happy chemicals have a lot to do with this. Find out more about them in this article!