As much as I hate to admit it, I can find myself over-complicating things. I prefer to see myself as a goddess of efficiency, loving to streamline processes, simplify… yet, I can still find myself over-complicating what should be the simplest of tasks. When I ran across the attached article from The Project Manager on LinkedIn, I blushed as I recognized myself. For the complete article visit: projectmanager.com/dont-overcomplicate
Process Communication Model®
Process Communication Model (PCM) is an internationally acclaimed language-based personality and communication model developed by Dr. Taibi Kahler.
We employ PCM to help leaders lead, and employees work together more productively. Through this nuanced model, we focus equally on how communication happens, as well as what is said.CONTINUE READING
FLEXIBLE. POWERFUL. PRACTICAL.
NEOS was designed to measure context-specific changes in self-efficacy for responding openly, resourcefully, and persistently to various life conditions – the science behind the self-fulfilling prophecy.
Our goal in developing NEOS was to offer an efficient, intuitive, and comprehensive measure of effective functioning that transcends age, industry, and program-focus …CONTINUE READING
Deep Cycle Leadership℠
Engage. Align. Sustain.
Drama is an energy vampire in your organization, diverting precious resources away from strategic goals. Your best-laid plans were meant to be executed, not sabotaged. With Next Element’s Deep Cycle Leadership program, we train your leaders and your organization to stop drama and deliver results.CONTINUE READING
In Episode 2 of our series: “The Drama Triangle,” we described the typical roles and accompanying behaviors people show in drama. In this episode we outline the predictable workplace consequences when leaders lead in drama. Stay tuned as we add new chapters to the story – giving you perspectives and strategies to turn drama into compassionate accountability.
Most of us know the term “Recovery Time” as the time it takes to get back to our normal, or usual working condition. When you go to the doctor and ask the question, “What’s my recovery time going to look like Doc?” many times the doctor will say, “Well that depends on you, and how hard you work at following your post procedure action plan.”
The same process is true for post Process Communication Model (PCM) training. You have come through the seminar with flying colors and are excited about the possibilities of what this could mean for you personally and professionally, and you really want to be effective with yourself and others in how you communicate day-to-day.
“I have experienced the effectiveness of PCM. I am grateful to Next Element for the creative way they trained and educated my team. Continue reading
PRESIDENT, KASA COMPANIES, AND CERTIFIED PCM TRAINER
“As a facilitator and advisor to nonprofits, my clients rely on my communication skills daily to move their organizations forward. Continue reading
PRESIDENT, BENEVOLENT VISION
“Our partnership with Next Element has been overwhelmingly beneficial. More than ever health care leaders Continue reading
VICE PRESIDENT HUMAN RESOURCES, WESLEY MEDICAL CENTER