This is the first of a seven-part blog post explaining in more details the concept of Personality Structure and Types of Personality according to Process Communication Model
The concepts of Base and Phase in PCM
This blog post explains the cornerstone concepts of PCM (Process Communication Model): the Base Personality and the Phase Personality. Enjoy!
My Process Communication Model Journey
My beginnings with PCM. How I got to be trained in Process Communication Model and how I chose to become a PCM Certified Trainer.
This is how Process Communication Model (PCM) can help you recruit the right people for your team
This post looks at how PCM can be used to recruit team members that are a good fit with your team, not just with the job itself.
So how come PCM can play such an important role in recruitment? It started with NASA.
Let me tell you a bit about how PCM started to be used in the commercial/business environment. Yes, you’ve guessed it! It has a lot to do with NASA and with recruitment.
This is how you can use Process Communication Model (PCM) to better motivate your teams
Introduction – what is Process Communication Model? As you might already know, PCM is an internationally acclaimed, highly reliable, behaviourally based communication model, used to individually tailor connection and motivation and build trust and rapport. PCM profiles reveal a host of insights about how a person perceives the world, how they communicate, how they are …
A PCM-based analysis of the personality types of main Harry Potter characters
This Blog post aims at offering a PCM-based analysis of the Personality Types of the main Harry Potter characters. Enjoy! 🙂
Process Communication Model © (PCM) Behavioural Analysis and the Personalities of Hogwarts Houses
I think it’s fair to say that, 21 years since the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Harry Potter still has the power to transport the reader to a whole new world within its pages. With more than 10 years since the last book in the series was published, the Potter fandom isn’t …