In Dr. Nate Regier’s books, Beyond Drama, Seeing People Through and Conflict without Casualties, you’ll find practical lessons, eye-opening insights and tangible strategies for better communication and greater compassion.
In Seeing People Through, Dr. Nate Regier walks through the Process Communication Model® and how it can be used to tap into leadership potential by embracing personality differences and fostering true connection in the workplace and beyond.
Through the principles of Compassionate Accountability, Dr. Nate Regier outlines how conflict can be reframed to create opportunities for growth. Based on lessons from Leading Out of Drama®, Conflict Without Casualties has the power to transform both professional and personal relationships.
A hit with critics and fans alike, Beyond Drama explores Next Element’s origins and core principles.The book is a treasure trove of insightful perspectives and tools that will equip you to turn the negative pull of drama and turn it into positive energy.
Seeing People Through is a must-read for organizations looking to create more empathy in their culture. In this true gem of a book, Nate Regier shows us how the Process Communication Model (PCM) goes far beyond other assessments by helping us recognize the diversity in others and within ourselves to make our own work lives richer and more meaningful. Regier helps us see PCM as a way to create self-awareness and lead others inclusively—skills that are essential for leaders and mentors everywhere.
Lisa Z. Fain
CEO, Center for Mentoring Excellence co-author of Bridging Differences for Better Mentoring
Conflict without Casualties is a major hit in cities all across Texas, helping municipal governmental agencies achieve healthy and safe work environments by embracing the concept of Compassionate Accountability.
The Lion Institute
Conflict without Casualties is powerful, in a practical way. Dr. Regier provides a compelling model to demonstrate how the energy created by conflict can be utilized for positive change—for individuals, within relationships, for organizations and even for world crises. Thought provoking, yet easy to read and comprehend, I would highly recommend this book!
Paul White, PhD
Co-author, The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, Rising Above a Toxic Workplace and Sync or Swim–A Fable about Coming Together in a Crisis