4 STEPS TO TRANSFORMATION
BELIEVE. DECIDE. COMMIT. SUCEED.
Behavioural Change is Hard!
Always has been and always will be.
Until we learn to take control back of our sub-conscious mind and our emotions.
THE ART OF DEVELOPING
By better understanding our inner world, we can learn to take control back over our thoughts, our emotions and our actions to feel better, adapt our communication more effectively and make better decisions for ourselves and others to create the life we want for ourselves.
WHY IT MATTERS
Because we cannot change what we cannot see.
95% of our thoughts, feelings and actions are sub-conscious.
SELF-KNOWLEDGE IS SELF-EMPOWERMENT
Because we can't change what we can't see, we have chosen proven applied psychology and behavioural science to facilitate your journey to discovery the unknown about yourself.
Once you can get more visibility over your sub-conscious patterns, you can start changing them. How? By developing Self-Awareness. Yes it can be that simple!
Connect To The Best In Everyone
Build better relationships with yourself, your team and your organisation
PCM is the brainchild of American clinical psychologist Taibi Kahler, PhD. As a researcher of transactional analysis, he uncovered patterns of distress behaviour that all humans possess and identified conditions that individuals need to thrive.
Along the way, Dr. Kahler also identified six personality traits that we all have within us and can connect to. Understanding these types lets us predict our own and others’ behaviours, prevent disengagement or distrust, and boost changes for the better.
PCM launched in the late 1970s, when Dr. Kahler applied striking insights from his personality research to help NASA. He had been asked by the space agency’s lead psychiatrist to assist in selecting the best astronauts for missions – and the selection proved successful. In 1982, Dr. Kahler validated the Personality Pattern Inventory and created the Process Communication Model®. Ever since, he has stayed true to his vision: do not box people in, but recognize, celebrate, and leverage their differences.
The Process Communication Model®
The Process Communication Model® used by over 1.4 million people so far and renowned brands, such as NASA, BMW, Pixar, l'Oréal, IKEA, Coca-Cola, educational and governmental institutions.
PCM is used to empower Leadership, Recruitment, Sales and Marketing teams with personality profiling for stress management and adaptive communication by building self-awareness of personality types, psychological needs and predictable stress responses.
The Process Communication Model® is an award-winning tool for decoding human interaction, developed by clinical psychologist, Dr. Taibi Kahler.
Practicing PCM, enables us to recognise each other's different personalities and needs to adapt and connect to the best in everyone to drive better relationships, results and improve well-being.PCM Success Stories
Discover The 6 Personality Traits we all have within us
"People with a lot of Thinker energy are
responsible and logical."
They look for facts and data.
"People with a lot of Rebel energy are spontaneous and creative."
They bring energy and like to try something new.
"People with a lot of Persister energy are dedicated and attentive."
They need to be respected for their conviction.
"People with a lot of Imaginer energy are imaginative and calm."
They need to take their time to reflect and to ponder concepts.
"People with a lot of Promoter energy are direct and charming."
They always find a way to make things happen.
“People with a lot of Harmoniser energy are warm and compassionate."
They want you to feel good and they need to be appreciated for who they are.
WHO VERIFIES OUR SERVICE EXCELLENCE
The International Coaching Federation
The ICF is the global hub for all things coaching. They are a membership organisation to certify the highest quality of trained professional coaches.
The Process Communication Model®
PCM is applied psychology used to empower Leadership, Recruitment, Sales and Marketing teams with personality profiling for stress management and adaptive communication by building self-awareness of personality types, psychological needs and predictable stress responses.
Personality Profiling &
The Association for Integrative Psychology
The purpose of the Association for Integrative Psychology, Inc. is to promote awareness and acceptance of complementary, alternative, and integrative approaches to human behaviour as viable ways to facilitate change.