The Professional and Personal Development Company 

Animals are trained. People are developed.
Welcome to The Professional and Personal Development Company

Training - to discipline & instruct, as in the performance of tasks or tricks.

Development -  the act or process of growing, progressing or developing.

If you have invested a lot in training and have not seen the return that you expected, maybe it's an isssue of understanding how your employees process tasks than it is an issue of training. Our mission is to help employers, employees and indivuals maximize the time, money and sacrafice it takes to become not only great companies, but great people as well.

Who We Help


Companies where it is critical that they have the correct talent in the correct positions. Our evaluations correctly identify the thinking styles required for the different positions in your company.


Indivuals who want to learn, develop, and master new ways of approaching their career, personal, and family goals. Our evaluations and coaching are customized and unique for each indivual.


News and Events

May 7th, 2012

Phyliss's Latest Book Has Been Released

 Relational Thinking Styles and Natural Intelligence

Phyliss's latest book explores a specific set of intelligence theories, unifying and quantifying to create a verifiable model of various inferencing habits. Relational Thinking Styles suggests that the inferencing patterns described and demonstrated by this model may provide a platform from which to examine and integrate various aspects of natural intelligence and how these are expressed. This research provides valuable information for businesses, social services, and any decision-making process involving intelligence assessment.

May 7th, 2012

Our New Website Is (almost) Operational

Please take a look around, let us know what you like, what you don't, and any errors we may have made.

March 20th, 2012

TPPDC Announces Plans For New Website

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White Papers

What Is A Thinking Style?
Relational Thinking Styles Theoritical Model
Davis Non-Verbal Assesment
Case Studies