Next Element and Kahler Communications Oceania Release PCM® Apps

Posted on May 8, 2015 by Nate Regier / 0 comments
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Next Element and Kahler Communications Oceania (KCO) have released two smartphone Process Communication Model® apps to the U.S. market with the purpose of expanding awareness and use of the internationally acclaimed, language-based personality and communication model.

Next Element produced and has sold PocketPCM, a quick reference guide for PCM, globally for several years. KCO produced a second PCM app, QwikPCM, not previously available in the U.S. and now offered at no charge. Both apps provide quick reference for PCM concepts, with examples and tips for improving communication with different personality types.

As communication engineers and pioneers focused on engaging conflict positively, Next Element is invested in giving influencers the tools to change individual, organizational and corporate lives.

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