Today, more than ever, leaders need a new style of leadership. They are realizing that true transformation happens through meaningful relationships and discovering that the key to sustainable connections that create possibility and potential is communication.
In Seeing People Through, Dr. Nate Regier takes a deep dive into the Process Communication Model® (PCM), a behavioral communication model that teaches people how to assess, connect, motivate and resolve conflict by understanding the personality types that make up a person’s whole self and leveraging personality diversity.
PCM is more than a lens for understanding how people see things differently; it’s a deep journey into self-awareness and self-transformation. In this book, new emerging leaders, senior leaders, and seasoned consultants alike will develop a fresh and relevant framework on leadership and learn how individual and collective concerns can be reconciled in leadership.
NASA, Pixar Animation Studios, and BMW are just some of the organizations that have used PCM as a way to build better relationships through authenticity, trust, agility, and positive influence – and you can too.
Each of us is able to connect with every person we come into contact with. All we need are the right tools. Seeing People Through explores the profound implications of Process Communication Model personality types. We discuss how leaders approach diversity, influence, self-care and self-management.
Get a taste of what you’ll find in the pages of Seeing People Through by downloading the first chapter for free.
Nate Regier, PhD, is the CEO and co-founder of Next Element Consulting, a global leadership firm dedicated to bringing compassion into the workplace. Dr. Regier is a former practicing psychologist and expert in social-emotional intelligence, interpersonal communication and leadership. Recognized as a Top 100 keynote speaker, he is a Process Communication Model® Certifying Master Trainer.
Nate is the author of three other books: Beyond Drama: Transcending Energy Vampires; Conflict without Casualties: A Field Guide for Leading with Compassionate Accountability; and Compassionate Accountability: How Leaders Build Connection and Get Results. He hosts a podcast called “On Compassion with Dr. Nate,” writes a weekly blog, contributes to multiple industry publications and blogs, and is a regular guest on podcasts.
A fantastic book that is helping me to see the humanity in people, appreciate their diverse personalities, communicate better and achieve sustainable impact.
Thank you, Nate, for this significant contribution to PCM and for your gift to us in enhancing the quality of our lives.
Taibi Kahler, PhD
Originator of the Process Communication Model
Seeing People Through is a much-needed leadership guide for tapping into the power of individual differences. The Process Communication Model is genius, and Regier makes it accessible and applicable to anyone who wants to include and leverage all personality types.
Daniel H. Pink
Author of the Books When, Drive and To Sell is Human
Dr. Nate Regier brilliantly unpacks the sophistication of the Process Communication Model in a practical and easy-to-read way, leaving the reader hungry for a deeper experience of true authentic leadership.
CEO, Nicole Heimann & Partners AG, Author of How to Develop the Authentic Leader in You, Recipient of the 2019 Thinkers 50 Marshall Goldsmith Leading Global Coach Award
Seeing People Through helped me see myself and others through a richer lens. I’m better able to bring my full self to leadership, and better equipped to help others flourish on their teams as a result of Dr. Regier’s insightful book.
Author of Leadership Freak Blog and an Inc. Magazine Top 50 Leadership and Management Expert
Seeing People Through is written in a narrative that takes the reader through the journey of a new employee learning about herself through PCM. The book is a page-turner as each chapter garners “what is next” for Kayla while learning about PCM. It will assist emerging, and seasoned leaders to see the wisdom of learning more about themselves in order to lead others effectively.
Dr. Kelly Andrews
Executive Director, Indiana Principal Leadership Institute
Nate is an expert and a go-to guy for all things PCM related. Anyone who reads Seeing People Through will benefit by becoming more informed, more passionate, and more effective as a leader.
Head of School, MUSE School, CEO MUSE Global, Author of Beyond Drama: Transcending Energy Vampires
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 of Center for Mentoring Excellence, and co-author of Bridging Differences for Better Mentoring
Use the Seeing People Through Facilitator’s Guide to go deeper with personal or professional development, facilitate team or classroom learning, or follow along with Kayla’s homework assignments.
Unleash your leadership potential by taking the next step. The Process Communication Model Leadership Profile is a comprehensive guide for how to leverage your unique personality in leadership.
Join Nate and an intimate group of leader-learners on a journey of self-exploration and professional development based on the lessons from Seeing People Through. First group begins on January 21, 2021.
PCM is an internationally-acclaimed, behaviorally-based communication model used to individually tailor connection and motivation and build trust and rapport. PCM profiles reveal a host of insights about how a person perceives the world, how they communicate, how they are motivated and how they will behave in distress. Valid, reliable and actionable, PCM provides expert guidance on how to communicate with different types of people.