Assessment 3 Information
Subject Code: MBA502
Subject Name: Emotional Intelligence, Cultural Intelligence and Diversity
Assessment Title: Assessment 3
Assessment Type: Individual Design of a Professional Workshop
Weighting: 40%
Total Marks: 40
Submission: Via Turnitin
Due Date: Monday of Week 13
Your Task
Your task is to create a Professional Workshop.
Assessment Description
This individual assignment requires students to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding
of Learning Outcomes 1 to 5 covering topics between Weeks 1 to12.
Assessment Instructions
You are an independent consultant and are asked to prepare a Professional
Development Workshop on one of the topics discussed in class during weeks 1 to
12. Develop an Interactive Workshop based on what you have learned in this subject.
1. Part 1 of the assignment consists of a schedule of the practical activities of the workshop
(approximately 1200 words) and is based on topics discussed in class. You can be as creative
as you wish in this part as long as you apply practically the chosen topic in the form of a
professional workshop.
Please take care to consider the following factors when designing your workshop:
The inclusion of activities that are relevant and interesting.
The appropriate timing allocated to each of those activities.
The way in which the topics and activities are integrated.
The instructions that ensure the activities are facilitated well.
The potential barriers to the successful implementation of the activities.
The diversity of activities to suit the varied personalities of the participants.
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2. Part 2 consists of final comments (approximately 300 words) summarising what you have
hoped to accomplish through the workshop. None of the parts require any referencing.
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Assessment Marking Guide
Criteria F (Fail)
0%-49%
P (Pass) 50%64% CR (Credit) 65%74% D (Distinction)
75% – 84%
HD (High Distinction)
85%-100%
Mark
Assessment Content (subject specific) OUT OF 40
Activities are based on
the materials
discussed in class
Activities are not
based on the
materials discussed in
class.
Activities are only
marginally based on the
materials discussed in
class.
Some activities are based
on the materials
discussed in class.
Activities are mostly
based on the materials
discussed in class.
All activities are based on the
materials discussed in class.
/5
All activities are a
practical application of
the chosen topic and
are highly interactive
Activities are not a
practical application of
the chosen topic and are
not highly interactive.
Activities are only marginally
a practical application of the
chosen topic and only
moderately interactive.
Some activities are a
practical application of the
chosen topic and
somewhat interactive.
Activities are mostly a
practical application of
the chosen topic and
quite interactive.
All activities are a practical
application of the chosen topic
and highly interactive.
/10
Activities show an
original and creative
approach
Activities do not show an
original and creative
approach.
Activities show only a
marginally original and
creative approach.
Some activities show an
original and creative
approach.
Many activities show an
original and creative
approach.
All activities show an original
and creative approach.
/10
Clarity of the activities The instructions are not
clear and the structure
of the workshop is
unconvincing.
Instructions are present but
they are hard to decipher,
and the structure of the
workshop contains many
gaps.
The instructions are
clear enough and the
structure of the
workshop is sufficiently
aligned with its
objectives.
The instructions are very
clear and the structure of
the workshop is mostly
aligned with its
objectives.
The instructions are completely
unambiguous and there is no
doubt the workshop will
achieve its desired outcomes.
/10
Final comments The final comments do
not summarise what was
hoped to be
accomplished through
the workshop.
The final comments only
marginally summarise
what was hoped to be
accomplished
through the workshop.
The final comments
satisfactorily summarise
what was hoped to be
accomplished through the
workshop.
The final comments
summarise well what was
hoped to be
accomplished through the
workshop.
The final comments are
excellent.
/5

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