PROCESS COMMUNICATION MODEL® (PCM)
YOU MAY THINK YOU ARE COMMUNICATING BUT PERHAPS ......... YOU ARE JUST TALKING?
The Process Communication Model® (PCM) is a powerful tool that will teach you the necessary skills to interpret the verbal and physical language used by people.
PCM® will provide you with a better understanding of employees and will help you to improve team dynamics and productivity.
Developed by Dr. Taibi Kahler in the late 1970s, PCM® has been used extensively worldwide by many different industry sectors, such as Fortune 500 CEOs & executives, politicians, surgeons, prominent psychiatrists, psychologists and educators. For 20 years NASA used PCM® to recruit their astronauts.
Dr. Kahler taught Bill Clinton PCM® techniques while he was Governor of Arkansas.
The model teaches interpersonal skills and self-management, with a special focus on how people behave under difficult conditions and stress.
PCM® provides a reliable and validated method of identifying and understanding personality structures.
It is a tool which can help you to understand, motivate and communicate more effectively with others.
PCM® theory proposes that each person has motivational needs that need to be met if that person is to be successful.
These needs are different for each of the six personality types but usually one is dominant. If needs are not positively met, then individuals exhibit signs of 'distress' and do things consciously or subconsciously to get their needs met negatively.
At Engage to Innovate we are licenced to facilitate PCM® training. Training can be conducted on an individual basis or on a group basis.
All participants who undertake PCM® training will be provided with a diagnostic individualised detailed report about their preferred communication style.