PCM-Process Communication Model®

be better with PCM®

What’s PCM®? A.k.a. Process Communication Model®. As I wrote previously, I have a very good personal relationship with PCM®. As all good relationships, this too started off on a rocky road. But the more I saw myself through the lens of PCM®, the more I started to love it. Based on my personal experience, I […]

SANITY

… about our responsibility Well, the past 1,5 years have been kind of hectic, for everybody working in pretty much any kind of industry. Employees complain about burnout, companies are cutting costs on trainings and coaching, and pretty much everyone is suffering. The individual, the support professionals and unavoidably all companies where these individuals form […]

CLOCKWORK

… about the way we sometimes tick Usually we are all well balanced, mature individuals, in full control of our actions, choices and behaviour. We are well rested, content, with our batteries fully charged and energised, ready to face all challenges that the world might throw in our face. We are untouchable, unstoppable and nothing […]

Default privileges

… about the backhand of positive feedback Started tutoring my niece in math not long ago. She somehow came to the crazy idea, that she wants to be a bad*ss coder, therefore needs to be in a kick*ss high-school, where high level math and physics is needed for the entrance exams. (Might I say, no […]

the BOX

… about life’s meandering ways I didn’t even get past the title and subtitle, and I’m already contradicting myself. I’ll elaborate… Bear with me. I was contemplating career paths, leadership roles and overall personal development. There seem to be two types of career animals. The ones who know exactly which evolutional path to follow, having […]

123 DAYS

… about trust I missed the 100 days deadline, but 123 days is much cooler, so here we go…  It’s been 123 days in my new function. Reflecting back on what has passed, trust comes in as the key topic. Where, within an organisation do we, as leaders put an emphasis on trust? We are […]

The ID and the EGO

The ID and the EGO … about how the mind wanders A few days back I participated in a workshop, where the trainer presented the Dilts pyramid. Seeing the ID at the top of the pyramid, I started wondering what the pyramid would look like, if at the top would be the EGO. It must […]