Reinventing the world of coaching: KOMPRA, competence-oriented practical support, is a unique coaching platform. In addition to identifying and developing skills in a target-oriented way, this focuses on the coaching process itself.
KOMPRA focuses on the quality of cooperation and thus enables users to optimally promote individual competence development. With KOMPRA we have developed a completely new and unique method. Liip has succeeded in combining the two core elements of coaching and competence development in one solution in a user-friendly and visually profitable way. In the further development of KOMPRA, I am inspired by the creativity of the team and their motivation to seek the best solutions, as well as unconventional solutions to challenges. Thanks a lot for the great cooperation.
Let’s start with some theory: lifelong learning contains at its core the development of competences. However, the quality of cooperation is also a key factor in ensuring a high level of performance. Coaching is a valuable development tool in this process. This involves working together to define goals, then examining and documenting developmental progress. And now let's move on to the practical part: KOMPRA digitises the output of non-digital coaching sessions and processes them with the set goals in mind. This raises the curtain on virtual coaching, promoting cooperation at any time and in any place.
KOMPRA enable competence evaluation using both self-assessment and external assessment and visual representation of the evaluation results. This allows for the information to be interpreted easily and for comparisons to be made between the different assessments. The goals set are constantly reviewed, and developmental progress is clearly visible thanks to visualisations. Users are encouraged to reflect on their competences and goals, ensuring they can meaningfully evaluate their own career path. Evidence of competence achievement is continuously updated and confirmed.
Central to the KOMPRA project is clear navigation and user friendliness. The data is visualised simply and consistently to ensure that the goals set and assessments made can be seen at a glance. Different colours enhance the presentation, e.g. to show the user's current progress or their competence level as a longitudinal diagram. Additional functions such as bookmarking make it easier to record competence assessments. Various keys and a support team are there to offer assistance should any questions arise.
KOMPRA was made in Switzerland, for Switzerland. Its development was headed by the St. Gallen University of Teacher Education in its role as a Swiss institution for training, further education, services and research. A high degree of autonomy is important to the Swiss, so all of the data stored in KOMPRA belongs to its users and can be managed individually.