The Process Communication Model® (PCM) is an innovative tool which enables you to understand, motivate, and communicate effectively with others. People who use the Process Communication Model benefit from a whole range of practical tools specifically designed for successful everyday management of communication. So can you.
Dr. Taibi Kahler, of Little Rock, Arkansas, discovered how to identify and respond appropriately second by second' to patterns of productive behaviour (successful communication) and non-productive behaviour (miscommunication).
In 1978 NASA took advantage of this discovery by using Process Communication in the selection, placement, and training of astronauts. Today, tens of thousands of people, from astronauts to entrepreneurs, have put these distinctions to work for themselves. Find out for yourself just how you can gain greater success, even with that difficult person.
" Process Communication is being used successfully in companies mainly as a management tool, as a vehicle to improve salesmanship, as a powerful marketing survey tool, as a political polling tool, as a dynamic tool for making speeches more effective, ... "
Taibi Kahler - 1994
Process Communication provides a reliable and validated method of identifying and understanding personality structures, the impact of life events, and communication dynamics. Based on a scientific award–winning clinical discovery Process Communication has been researched through thirty years and experienced by almost a million people on five continents in such applications as sales, business, education, politics, religion, medicine, parenting, and personal relationships.
Process Communication makes it easy to:
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Alison Stewart, Head of Academic Leadership Development Program, University of Otago, New-Zealand