If you use Potential Scan regularly and below mentioned comments what helps and what hinders are repeated in time or they are mentioned by the majority of respondents, we recommend considering the areas of what helps as an important resource you can use further. The areas which prevent you from growing repeatedly or mentioned by the majority of respondents are the candidates for a change. Ask yourself: Is it an internal or external block? Can we control it or not?
The internal blocks are the priorities for your further development. You can start to handle them either with self coaching or ask your coach to help you.
Selfcoaching can start with questions: What do we want instead of this internal block? What ideally would we like to have instead? What does the ideal situation look like? The answers will help you to formulate your goal. Then you can continue using GROW questions.
management, quality, collaboration, good quality, products, marketing, strategy, quality, overtime
IT, communication, marketing, management, wrong strategy, low salaries, low collaboration, management, low motivation
HR, colleagues, interest, colleagues, personal interest, focus, interest, spare time, colleagues
time, IT, communication, time, communication, low collaboration, management push, low collaboration, IT
our products, customers, flexible job, customers, I like my job, colleagues, good product, customers, colleagues
communication, lip service, low responsibility, no teambuilding, low collaboration, management, overtime, low salaries, communication
This tool was developed by Michal Ondracek and it is inspired by the Inner Game methodology by Timothy Gallwey. More information available on the website www.potential-scan.com.