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.
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.
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.
Psychological Needs are born-with attention and motivational desires that must be met in an individual if they are to be functioning effectively and productively. When our needs are met we are more productive and have more joy.
In the new reality of Work from Home (WFH), and after months of using more or less improvised working spaces as our offices, meeting colleagues only through Zoom/Teams or other media, it’s clear that this routine works for some of us and does not work for others. There are a number of ways of looking at this, but today I will approach this issue through the prism of PCM (Process Communication Model), namely, by looking at the concept of Environmental Preferences.
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! 🙂
This article, first published on People First’s blog, discusses how fulfilling one’s psychological needs is the key to motivation
In this new series of posts I am going to analyse some of the main characters in the Game of Thrones TV Series from the point of view of their base personality type according to PCM.