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Page 1 Kaplan Business School Assessment OutlineAssessment 2 Information Subject Code:MBA 502Subject Name:Emotional Intelligence, Cultural Intelligence and DiversityAssessment Title:Guest SpeakerAssessment Type:Infographic (including a written Supporting Paper)Word Count:1000Words(+/-10%)Weighting:30 %Total Marks:30Submission:Online via MYKBSDue Date:Monday Week 9, 11.55pm AEST Your TaskStudents are to produce an infographic with a written supporting paper, based on theguest speaker’s presentation in Week 6 and theories of EI discussed in class.Assessment DescriptionThis assessment is in two parts. Part One involves constructing a 500 word infographic(visual representation), drawing on the information shared by the Week 6 guestspeaker. For Part Two, students are to write a 500 word supporting paper, elaboratingon the links between the guest speaker’s presentation and emotional intelligencetheories and models as discussed in class.Assessment InstructionsAttendance at the guest speaker presentation in Week 6 is compulsory and marks willbe deducted for lack of attendance.Part One – Students are to develop a 500 word infographic (visual representation) onthe key points the speaker made about the importance of emotional intelligence in themodern workplace. The following link is one of many where you can find freeinfographic templates https://www.canva.com/create/infographics/• Part One of the assessment is to be uploaded to Moodle.Part Two – Students are to write a supporting paper of 500 words. The paper shouldhighlight the linkages between the key concepts covered by the guest speaker andemotional intelligence theories and models. This paper should include a minimum 3sources. In addition to academic papers/journals, these can include websites,government publications, census data and newspaper articles. Kaplan HarvardReferencing Style guidelines need to be followed.• Part Two of the assessments is to be uploaded to Turnitin.How to submit.● Part one and two are due on the same date – Monday Week 9, 11.55pm AEST.● Part one is to be uploaded to Moodle on the MYKBS assessment portal.● Part two is to be uploaded to Turnitin on the MYKBS assessment portal.Page 2 Kaplan Business School Assessment Outline● Please refer to the assessment marking guide to assist you in completing all theassessment criteria.Important Study InformationAcademic Integrity PolicyKBS values academic integrity. All students must understand the meaning andconsequences of cheating, plagiarism and other academic offences under theAcademic Integrity and Conduct Policy.What is academic integrity and misconduct?What are the penalties for academic misconduct?What are the late penalties?How can I appeal my grade?Click here for answers to these questions:http://www.kbs.edu.au/current-students/student-policies/.Word Limits for Written AssessmentsSubmissions that exceed the word limit by more than 10% will cease to be markedfrom the point at which that limit is exceeded.Study AssistanceStudents may seek study assistance from their local Academic Learning Advisor orrefer to the resources on the MyKBS Academic Success Centre page. Click here forthis information.Page 3 Kaplan Business School Assessment OutlineAssessment Marking Guide CriteriaF (Fail) 0-49%P (Pass) 50%-64%CR (Credit) 65%-74%D (Distinction) 75%-84%HD (High Distinction) 85%-100%MarkAttendance5 Part OneInfographiccontentInfographic either notcompleted and/or little or noinformation provided about theguest speaker’s contribution.Little or no effort shown.Guest speaker commentaryincluded, but not detailed orcomprehensive. Some of thekey messages of the guestspeaker included but notcomprehensively detailed. Keymessages not clearly listed orengagingly.Guest speaker commentary issummarised in a generalfashion. Some Key pointsdetailed – could be morecomprehensive. Insights andexamples provided by thespeaker apparent.Key messages made by theguest speaker are clear andcomprehensive – summarizingcritical information. Linkagesbetween the messages and EItheory/ models clear – but couldbe more strongly detailed.Insights and examples providedby the speaker evident.Key messages made by theguest speaker arecomprehensively and plainlydetailed. Linkages between themessages and EI theory andmodels compellingly made.Information included highlightsEI insights and examplesprovided by the speaker highlypowerfully made.7InfographicDesign / graphicsDesign/graphics/data verypoorly presented with limitedor no effort to displayinformation in a clear mannerThe key messages of the guestspeaker are included on theinfographic, but the design stylelimits the easy comprehension.Design/graphics/data presentthe guest speaker’s keymessages clearly. Theinformation provided is relevantand important. Could be betterpresented.Design/graphics/data assist thekey messages of the guestspeaker are engaginglypresented and easy to beunderstand. Informationpresented easy toaccess/understandDesign/graphics/data ensurethe key messages of the guestspeaker are easy to grasp,engagingly presented andsuccinct. Information presentedskillfully and easy to access /understand.3 Part TwoModernworkplaceMinimal explanation ordefinition of the modernworkplace. EI initiatives areeither not included, too fewand/or not explained. Thespeaker’s examples are missing.Basic overview of the modernworkplace – but limited detailprovided. EI initiatives listed butrelationship unclear.Connection between workplaceexamples and business successincluded but could be betterdeveloped. Speaker’s examplesare included; could be furtherdeveloped.Considered and detailedanalysis of the modernworkplace with some linkagesto the place and importance ofEI approaches. Connectionscould be better developed.Business examples includedwith some links made with EIrelated business success.Speaker’s examples detailed.Strongly developed anddetailed definition of themodern workplace – in-depthlinkages made with the place ofEI initiatives. Business exampleshighlight the link betweeneffective EI approaches andbusiness success. Speaker’sexamples discussed andconsidered in detail.Role, importance and intrinsicconnection made between thereality of the modernworkplace and the need for EIConsidered choice of workplaceexamples highlight andunderscore the relationshipbetween EI/CI and businesssuccess. Speaker’s examplesexpertly analysed andconsidered.10Theory Researchand ReferencingLimited or no research ortheories used. Referencingabsent or inadequate – little noeffort to comply with HarvardReferencing Style.Relevant information included.Limited variety and quality oftheory sources used. KaplanHarvard Referencing Stylegenerally followed, but anumber of errors present.Appropriate use of a variety ofinformation and theory sources– which support statementsand assertions. Kaplan HarvardReferencing Style essentiallyadhered to, but some errorspresent.Considered and effective use ofvaried information and theorysources. Material includedenhances and verifiesstatements and assertions.Kaplan Harvard ReferencingStyle used effectively with onlythe occasional error.Relevant, appropriate andconsidered use of variedinformation and theorysources. Material notablyenhances and augments theposition being developed. Strictadherence to Kaplan HarvardReferencing Style.530 Page 4 Kaplan Business School Assessment Outline


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