The history of the Process Communication Model®
In the early 1970s Dr. Taibi Kahler, of Little Rock, Arkansas, USA made an astonishing discovery: When people interact, i.e. in their productive behaviour (successful communication) and non-productive behaviour (miscommunication), they behave in very specific patterns according to their personality types. What’s special and new about this, is the fact, that we can objectively identify the second by second behaviour of individuals as either productive communication or as non-productive sequences of miscommunication. These processes of behaviour follow specific patterns and are observable and predictable. This discovery, the result of scientific psychological research, brought Taibi Kahler international recognition and awards in the year 1977.