PCM® Helps People Communicate Effectively
This foundational course teaches individuals to better understand themselves, identify negative stress indicators, and how to motivate themselves and others. Through constructive communication strategies, they will learn how to manage their own behaviors and that of others. They will learn the process to return to positive and productive communication.
This is a 2-day PCM® Course – 50% theory and 50% exercises, taught in an entertaining and engaging way.
- Introduction to PCM®
- Personality Structure
- Interaction Styles
- Personality Parts
- Channels of Communication
- Environmental Preferences
- Psychological Needs
- Personality Phase and Phasing
- Mismanagement and Distress
- Sequences of Distress
- Personal Action Plan
The PCM® Personality Profile
Helps participants gain a valuable ability to deal with those who think or believe differently from them and acquire some excellent methods for relating to people who have a different set of values or standards.
- 1 Pager Summary
- Detailed Personal Profile
- Helps identify preferred communication style
- Offers strategies for Action
The Process Communication Model® has more than 40 years of research & refinement behind and its creator, Dr. Taibi Kahler, was recognized with one of the most prestigious Scientific Award for its discovery.
Valuing the perspective given upon communication, as well as its insights on human behavior, the model was implemented by NASA for astronaut selection and for the training of the President’s staff in USA. PCM has a worldwide recognition, being used by companies in the Americas, Europe, Africa, Australia, and Asia.
There are 6 Kahler Personality Types. No type is any better or worse than any other type. Everybody is ok; we are just different.
Each of the six types…
- Communicates differently
- Learns differently
- Is motivated differently
- Has a different set of behaviors when under stress