Posted by Karen N. The organization had considerable experience with degree feedback in the past but over the years had decided to refine their approach and had developed specific criteria for this initiative: Implement an easy-to-use degree feedback process to gain more participation across the organization, Tailor the survey questions to best address the skills most critical at various levels of the leadership team, Partner with a vendor that could deliver a highly flexible solution but at a very reasonable cost, and Customize the feedback reports to not only provide critical information on strengths and development areas but also to allow individuals to interpret their feedback report without the use of individual coaching. The HR leadership team recognized that to achieve the above goals, they needed to partner with a vendor who not only had extensive experience working with large global organizations but also had a very flexible technology and consulting experts who could advise along the way both in terms of survey design, as well as system customizations.
As part of the Drake University Master of Science in Leadership Development course she coordinates, Cris introduces students to a degree feedback tool and supports them in its application. Why SelfStir — the tool SelfStir was founded on the notion that degree feedback tools and development programs should be accessible for all, not reserved for upper management alone.
Beyond cost and ease of use, Cris points to the ability to customise recommendations and adopt in-built recommendations as a highlight of the SelfStir tool.
With SelfStir, participants can invite their own raters or reviewers, and they monitor and control whether raters are responding or not.
SelfStir, however, makes the problem less daunting; we can easily send reminders and instruct participants on how to check their own progress, for example.
Having tried other solutions, Cris knew what she was looking for and SelfStir provided it. But Cris got more than just a degree feedback tool that ticked all the boxes, she was introduced to an ethos, passion and set of values that would play an important role in how she helps students.Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) spans a spectrum of topics from (i) materials, devices, circuits, and processors through (ii) control, signal processing, and systems analysis to (iii) software, computation, computer systems, and networking.
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This calculator is designed to use the results (or the possible/predicted results) from your Open University modules at level 2 and 3 to calculate which classification of degree you might get. Giving constructive feedback to employees may seem like one of your most difficult tasks as a manager.
If you learn to give it effectively, you can avoid the drama and instead have an insightful conversation with your employee about their performance, and how they can improve it. Some of you may cringe at the thought of giving your co-workers constructive feedback. The temptation to simply say “good job” in a degree review always seems like the safest bet, especially when the recipient is known to have a short temper.
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