The PAIRIN process is made up of three phases: Measure, Map and Develop.
The first phase, Measure, is taking the PAIRIN survey. The survey can be taken in a variety of languages, and has audio and definition assists for each of the 300 adjectives. During the first half of the survey, the individual will check the adjectives that describe how they currently are. The second half of the survey is optional, but highly recommended. The same list of adjectives will be presented, but this time the survey taker will select adjectives that describe how they would like to be. Once they click submit, they survey is automatically scored.
Viewing the data makes up the second phase, Map. PAIRIN survey data can be viewed in a variety of ways. Each attribute is mapped on an intensity scale, scoring in a low, moderate or high range. High intensity is not good and low intensity is not bad, desired intensity ranges are context specific. Data can also be mapped to targets. Targets are like a recipe for success, and contain the attributes and quantities needed for success. Finally, data is mapped to PAIRIN’s 12 behavioral charts. These plot each individual in relation to different axes on a four quadrant grid.
The last phase is Develop. During this part of the process, an individual works on a certain soft skill or set of soft skills. PAIRIN has 54 soft skill curriculum courses, and over 250,000 words of coaching content within the system.
Though the process may seem linear, it is actually cyclical. After developing, the individual can re-survey, and the process begins over again.