PCM Profile Reports

Profile reports are stand-alone reports generated from the Personality Pattern Inventory.

Key to Me Profile

This is the standard PPI generated profile report. It identifies base personality type and personality structure, with individualized information about character strengths, the way the person views the world and others, motivational needs, and distress sequences. It also contains an individualized action plan for personal and professional success.

Kahler Personality Assessment Profile

The KPAP, designed for employers and prospective employers, identifies the base personality type and personality structure of the person, with individualized information about character strengths, the way the person views the world and others, and his or her motivational needs and self-motivators. It also identifies the individual's potential failure pattern and distress sequence and provides specific suggestions to encourage personal and professional success.

Key to Me for Educators Profile

This profile report designed for educators at the K-12 level contains the essential elements of the Key to Me Profile and also includes information on how the person views education and learning.

Key to Me for Students Profile

This profile report is generated from a version of the PPI normalized for children 12 years old and up and identifies base personality type and potentially other aspects of the student's personality structure using more “child accessible” terminology. It includes information on a teacher's possible perceptions and motivations with respect to the student, how to connect with the student by speaking his or her perceptual language and how best to motivate the student, along with the student's distress behaviors. The profile includes a success and prevention plan for the student, as well as a two-page summary of areas to utilize and avoid.

Key Parenting Kids Profile

This profile report is generated from a version of the PPI normalized for children 12 years old and up and identifies base personality type and potentially other aspects of the student's personality structure using more “child accessible” terminology. It includes information on a parent's possible perceptions and motivations with respect to the child, how to connect with the child by speaking his or her perceptual language and how best to motivate the child, along with the child's distress behaviors. The profile includes a success and prevention plan for the child, as well as a two page summary of areas to utilize and avoid.


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