About

Process Communication Model (PCM)

Imagine being able to connect with anyone, anywhere in seconds! 
 
The Process Communication Model was invented in the early 1970s by Dr. Taibi Kahler and provides a reliable and validated method of identifying and understanding personality structures, the impact of life events and communication dynamics. The Process Communication Model is an innovative tool which enables one to understand, motivate and communicate effectively with others. People who use the PCM benefit from a whole range of practical tools specifically designed for successful everyday management of communication. 
 
Process Communication makes it easy to: 
  • Simply observe and understand your own behavior. 
  • Understand the behavior of others and know how to communicate with them effectively
  • Analyze conflict and miscommunication and know how to find resolution and a return to effective communication
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 and connection, even with that difficult person. 

NASA used PCM to help select astronauts

Intro to PCM

Welcome to PCM

PCM: The MUSE Way

Jeff King & The Young Turks

Rebecca Amis at TEDx Talks

"Taibi Kahler is a genius. He knows more about personality dynamics than anyone I know in the world."
- Former President Bill Clinton
“PCM is an amazing tool that facilitates the ability to communicate, create a connection and quickly get to a level of intimacy.” 
– Suzy Amis Cameron, Founder of MUSE School
"PCM is excitingly accurate and now an essential set of tools for our family to communicate efficiently and eliminate drama"
- Rebecca Rogers, MUSE School Parent



Reaching and Teaching All Personalities Within the Classroom

5 MUSE School teachers co-authored "Reaching and Teaching All Personalities Within the Classroom" - a journal on the personality types of students that a teacher can face in the classroom.

Please read about it here


Sign up to take a PCM Class

PCM 1 Day Intro 
February 5, 2018
April 9, 2018
 
PCM Core
March 1-2, 2018; 9am-5pm / 9am-7pm
April 13-14, 2018; 9am-8pm
April 16-18, 2018; 9am-4pm
July 23-25, 2018; 9am-5pm
 
PCM 2 Day Advanced
February 20-21, 2018; 9am-4pm
May 17-18, 2018; 9am-5pm
July 26-27, 2018; 9am-5pm

PCM Trainer Certification
April 2-6; 2018; 9am-4pm
July 30 - August 3, 2018; 9am-5pm

Self-Efficacy
February 7, 2018; 9am-12pm


To sign up, please email Melissa Pampanin