Developed by Dr. Taibi Kahler, the Personal Pattern Inventory is an assessment of the Process Communication Model: an internationally esteemed behavior communications model to understand how and why people communicate. The PPI will enable individuals to discover their personality structure and measure the amount of energy available to the individual to experience each personality floor.
The PPI will help individuals in the workplace understand how to work better together, manage better, coach better, recruit better, sell better, help others better, manage your private life better, and improve their overall personal and professional quality of life.
About The Test
Individuals and groups who wish to utilize the Process Communication Model® will first complete the Personality Pattern Inventory, a questionnaire which will enable them to discover their personality structure.
Individual personality structure is comprised of six, separate and mutually exclusive behavior types. Like a six-floored condominium, personality structure is ordered, indicating the relative amount of time a person experiences and demonstrates the behaviors of a given type floor. These second-by-second behaviors – categorized by words, tones, gestures, postures and facial expressions – can be observed objectively with significantly high reliability. Additionally, test-retest reliability research indicates that once a person’s condominium order is set, that order seldom changes.