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“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;
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“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 …

Podcasting about PCM; Image of Magda Tabac; Podcast; Podcast title
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Podcasting about PCM with Crina Penteleychuk (in Romanian)

I was happy and honoured to be invited by Crina, another beautiful human and PCM Trainer I am grateful to know, to her podcast “Mind the Training” (in Romanian). Time flew by while we were podcasting about PCM, more specifically about distress and distress behaviours. How to recognise them and what to do about them.

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How to ‘read’ the Base Personality Type in PCM? A visual summary in drawings.

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.

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The six languages of connection: how to better communicate with your learners

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.

WFH; Work from home; PCM; PCM Training; Magda Tabac
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Environmental Preferences: why are some people better at working from home than others? The PCM Perspective

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.

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