For the successful development of civil servants akmeologicheskoj technology science and practice should be aware acmeological laws, procedures, and methods of determining the specific methods of psycho-physiological studies, psychological, social skills and abilities of civil servants, how to adapt, predict, diagnose potential opportunities that have emerged abilities, technology and skills. Predicting the results of professional civil servants can be built only when there is an express confirmation of the relationship between personal qualities, knowledge, and performance of the powers set out technological skills and abilities of designing activities.
The effectiveness of humanitarian and technological development is measured by public, personal, and activity levels. This implies distinction between the concepts “professional identity” and “professional activity”. These categories have different measurement criteria. In the first case we are dealing with a professional resource person (knowledge, abilities, skills, abilities, qualities). Professionalism includes qualitative characteristics of the subject, including his physiological condition and mental processes. Under the professional activity includes the use of means and methods of the subject activity. There professionalism evident in the quality characteristics of the process of determining the effectiveness of applied techniques and technologies.
Overall methodological framework and principles for developing the concepts of “professional identity” and “professional activity” maintain their internal unity. At the same time, the system of criteria and indicators for determining the measure of possession humanitarian content and technology solutions by means of professional tasks, the use of technology in its implementation, civil servants are different. That is why we speak of high, medium and low professionalism of the individual. This concept includes a set of psycho-physiological, psychological changes that occur during long-term performance of the activity or providing a new, more effective level solutions professional tasks, or on the contrary – this constraint efficiency.
An additional basis for the separation of the concept of professionalism in the personal and activity are the claims of a civil servant and his attainment of a certain degree of satisfaction with professional self-determination. Professionalism characterize the activity of a conscious desire and motivation of civil servants to constant self-improvement and self-realization. That is why, defining a system of criteria and indicators of optimal Humanities and technological development of civil servants, we are “measured” not only his personal characteristics, but also have the skills of self-knowledge, self-development, which manifest themselves in training and operations.
For a generalized assessment of professionalism of civil servants and productivity of their work using integral optimality criteria Humanities and technological development: social success, competitiveness, public servant, possession akmeologicheskaja technologies. To characterize the specific actions that have been affected competencies and capabilities are used specific criteria of optimality of Humanities and technological development: psychological, technological, cultural, moral, and others to assess the individual manifestations of civil servants – his single optimality criteria: intellectual, motivational, emotional, strong-willed, communication, health indicators, etc.
Optimization of the means and methods of civil servants should take into account its specific functionally-role orientation, level of responsibility, the intensity of the load. This defines the internal and external optimization tools. The implementation of explicit (external) and latent (internal) functions of public officials requires, on the one hand, the study of the structure and content of the activities, psycho-physiological reaction to the subject, performing a role, on the other – to identify intrapersonal mechanisms of functional regulation and adaptation to changing conditions environment. In view of the status and role of the civil service performance can be identified policy, analytical, head of the executive functions, the analyst (consultant), the performer.
One of the conditions of Humanities and technological development is the selection of personality “development zones” of civil servants, which is understood comprehensively and analyzed individually, socially, professionally and technologically.