The profile emerging from the completion of the Assessments, in addition to providing a solid foundation of awareness, can be used to set up a targeted self-improvement plan (possibly enriched by self-coaching) and specific training and coaching interventions that can be implemented telematically.
The aim is to achieve an increase in the quality and quantity of results at work (e.g., negotiating more effectively, solving problems better, reducing the consequences of conflicts, etc.).
It is a tool that relies relies on four fundamental levers:
SYNTHESIS FINALIZED READINGS
that can open horizons and provide operational advice.
GUIDES, MANUALS AND TESTED QUESTIONNAIRS
capable of stimulating reflections, in-depth orientations, suggestions on the application of effective behavioral strategies.
SYNTHESIS SELF MANAGING COURSESCULATED
into essential “packages” that can be viewed online at times and in ways that each individual user can schedule.
which contain a list of actions describing the basic activities of each of the three specific moments of a skill. They allow recall of the particular emblematic actions that need to be enacted in order to be effective.
A particular mode of coaching aimed at increasing the expression of a specific skill is self-coaching. This approach values the autonomy of the individual person who wishes to improve the effectiveness of some of his or her behaviors.
Self-coaching is based on a path, illustrated by a “procedure” that refers to the acronym S.T.A.R.S.
The acronym suggests carrying out the following steps:
Start from a recently experienced situation of significant character, in which the behaviors targeted for improvement were enacted, to carefully analyze them.
Highlight what was the purpose, the goal that was intended to be achieved in the situation examined
Reconstruct what actions were actually enacted through a mentally reconstructible sequence.
Define the outcome achieved in relation to what was intended by highlighting negative
deviations (i.e., what was not achieved in a way that met expectations and what one would like to achieve in a similar future circumstance).
Discuss the improvement factors achieved in a new circumstance. For the necessary number of times the improvement goals to be adhered to in future circumstances should be reprogrammed until the improvement goal is consolidated.
The course should be repeated, insisting independently, until stabilization of the most effective behavior has been achieved.
Self-coaching presupposes determination and continuity on the part of the person doing it.
The time to carry out the mental review operations illustrated by the S.T.A.R.S. formula can be recovered daily from all the breaks in which one does not operate but has time on one’s hands: traveling, waiting, moments of solitude, etc., (breaks in which one normally reflects, listens to music, reads, does nothing or is forced to waste time with discomfort as in traffic jams originated by heavy automobile traffic).
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