PCM is the premier tool for decoding human interactions. Practicing PCM teaches us how to observe our behaviors, which in turn lets us identify the communication strengths and preferences of ourselves and others. This understanding is based on differentiating six personality types that we all have within us: Thinker, Persister, Rebel, Promoter, Harmonizer, and Imaginer. A unique combination of the six types takes center stage in everyone. You can practice PCM in four steps.
Are you ready to create an environment in which you and your team will thrive and build on each other’s strengths? Learn to speak each other’s language and contribute to a workplace that leverages differences for the better. Want to know how?
A not-so-secret decoder
This is how it works
01. Be aware of your personality
Understanding your preferences means knowing what energizes you and what ticks you off.
02. Recognize what other people do, say, and show
These observations inform you about people’s preferences and the best way to connect.
03. Adapt your communication style
In order to make a genuine connection that feels good for both of you.
04. Build happier relationships
With everyday interactions, at work and at home, every day.
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"Hero makers realize the 'how' of communication works much better than the 'what'" (Ryan Donlan & Todd Whitaker, 2017).
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