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Page 1 Kaplan Business School Assessment 2Assessment 2 Information Subject Code:MBA505Subject Name:Business Psychology, Coaching and MentoringAssessment Title:Using Coaching Tools- (Goal Setting and the GROW Model)Assessment Type:Poster and In-Class PresentationWord Count:5Minutes Posterpresentation(+/-10%)Weighting:30 %Total Marks:100Submission:Online via MoodleDue Date:Poster and video presentations to be viewed in class in Week11, Poster and video to be uploaded to Moodle on Monday,Week 10 at 11.55pm. Assessment Description“The greater danger for most of us isn’t that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low andwe reach it.” ~ MichelangeloThis subject explores a number of useful approaches to support coaching and mentoring. The SMARTand the GROW models are two of these. Being able to understand and apply models to supportcoaching others and to develop self-awareness of how to reach a long term goal is a key outcome ofthis subject.This assessment is for you to apply coaching skills to your future, to enable you to start to movetowards your plans. By doing this, you are learning how to coach others by first applying them toyourself.Your TaskIdentify a significant goal in the form of a job or aspiration you would like to be prepared for in 5 year’stime, and develop a plan to be able to coach yourself to achieve this goal within the time-frame. To setyour goal, you may feel a specific job you have identified is the best thing to aim for, but an ambition torun a business venture of your own would also be appropriate.Page 2 Kaplan Business School Assessment 2Assessment InstructionsThis assessment has two parts:A – Create a 1-page poster A2 sized poster (which can be assembled from 4 A3 sheets) thatpresents:1. A future goal, post your MBA studies, looking 5 or more years into the future. Use the SMARTmodel to define your goal visually for your poster.2. The skill development requirements of this goal, in other words, what do you need to achieve ormaster to get to your goal? What are the intermediate steps involved?3. A personal coaching plan to reach this objective, with an application of the GROW model to explainhow you will achieve your goal (clearly stating your goal, where you are at now, options to reachyour goal and the actions needed to get there).B – Create a video presenting your poster and describing your approach to reach your goal toyour fellow students.Explain:• The goal you have selected including the specific elements that make it SMART• Why this goal is important to you and what skills you need to achieve this goal.• How you plan to achieve the goal, with an outline of some of the questions you would ask to coachyourself, and some approaches you can use to help you to achieve your goal• Briefly how goal setting theory is relevant to your workThis presentation should be recorded and uploaded in week 10 to be reviewed and shared in theShowcase class in Week 11. This is a powerful opportunity to teach and learn by exploring how toapproach goal and the process to get there.The presentation recording should be about 5 minutes duration and you should expect to receivequestions from your fellow students or your facilitator.Further guidance: Poster Preparation• A poster is a method of presenting your ideas to an audience in a visual 1-page format.• As a poster presenter, you will have a unique opportunity to provide a well thought throughexplanation of your coaching goal as presented in your poster.Page 3 Kaplan Business School Assessment 2• You should show genuine enthusiasm and commitment to your goal, or find another goal!• The images, diagrams and text that you choose should be meaningful, appealing and inspiringto yourself and your audience. Think about it.• Keep the poster simple and direct. Summarise the key points in a way that makes the posterlook good. The presentation should bring the poster to life.• Include references in the Harvard referencing style where necessary in a panel on the poster.• Powerpoint templates and guides for creating posters are also available below. You can eitheruse these or create your own from scratch. Alternatively, you can physically cut and paste yourcontent and develop a physical poster and take a photo and upload the image for assessment. •Another option is the online design website canva as a tool to create your poster, seehttps://www.canva.com/ Some guidance on how to prepare a poster is here: •Creating poster presentations that tell storieshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q57UWpiXGOk • How to create a poster in powerpoint https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1c9Kd_mUFDM• Powerpoint poster templates https://templates.office.com/en-us/Posters• Your facilitator will also be able to assist with advice and examples in class.Important Study InformationAcademic Integrity PolicyKBS values academic integrity. All students must understand the meaning and consequencesof cheating, plagiarism and other academic offences under the Academic Integrity and ConductPolicy.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 marked from the pointat which that limit is exceeded.Study AssistanceStudents may seek study assistance from their local Academic Learning Advisor or refer to theresources on the MyKBS Academic Success Centre page. Click here for this information.Page 4 Kaplan Business School Assessment 2Assessment Marking Guide CriteriaF (Fail) 0%-49%P (Pass) 50%-64%CR (Credit) 65%74%D (Distinction)75% – 84%HD (High Distinction)85%-100%MarkAssessment CriteriaA: Poster – Goal stated usingSMART theory of goal settingwith explanation of importancePoster does not clearly showthe goal or the SMART modeland importance is poorlypresentedPoster shows the goal and usesthe SMART model to someextent and its importance issatisfactorily presentedPoster shows the goal anduses the SMART model andimportance is well presented.Poster shows the goal anduses the SMART model and itsimportance is very wellpresented.Poster shows the goal and usesthe SMART model and itsimportance is excellentlypresented./25A: Poster – Coaching plan usingGROW model shownPoster shows the coachingplan and is poorly presented.Application of GROW model ispoorly or not articulated andnot thorough. Lackingunderstanding of own content.Poster shows the coaching planand is satisfactorily presented.Application of GROW model issatisfactorily articulated andreasonably thorough.Poster shows the coachingplan and is well presented.Application of GROW modelis well-articulated andthorough.Poster shows the coachingplan and is very well presented.Application of GROW model isvery well articulated and verythorough.Poster shows the coaching planand is excellently presented.Application of GROW model isexcellently articulated andextremely thorough./25B: Verbal presentation ofPoster- Personal presentationvia video recordingIdeas are poorly expressed.Presentation does not relateto the poster. Unsure andunenthusiastic about personalplan. Style is not appropriateand/or not engaging for apresentation.Ideas are reasonably clearlyexpressed with some energy forthe proposed plan. Presentationrelates to the poster to someextent. Style is reasonablyappropriate and reasonablyengaging for a presentation.Ideas are clearly expressedwith good energy andconfidence about the plan.Presentation is well aligned tothe poster. Style isappropriate and engaging fora presentation.Very clear expression of ideaswith very good energy andconfidence about the plan.Presentation is very wellaligned to the poster. Style ismainly very appropriate andvery engaging for apresentation.Excellent expression of ideaswith a high level of energy andconfidence about the plan.Presentation is excellentlyaligned to the poster. Style ishighly appropriate and highlyengaging for a presentation./40Formatting- Format of posterand coaching plan consistentwith question requirements. Intext referencing and referencelist follows Harvard style.Format poorly followsrequirements. Frequent errorsand/or inconsistent applicationof Harvard referencing style..Format partially followsrequirements. Some effort, butsome errors and/or inconsistentapplication of Harvardreferencing style.Format follows therequirements. Minimal errorsand/or inconsistentapplication of Harvardreferencing style.Format strongly followsrequirement and KBSguidelines. Almost no errors inapplication of Harvardreferencing style.Format faultlessly follows therequirements and KBSguidelines. Flawless applicationof Harvard referencing style./10Overall Comments/100

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