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    Global Management Skills

    Moving your webfolio forward

    Webfolio Key points Must be built in PebblePad The ‘narrative’ are the words you use on the screen so it can be read as a web page. The ‘narrative’ can include diagrammes, pictures The links refer your reader to evidence and useful connections you have made but are not part of the word count. Look at this…….

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    Note • the border has been changed to personalise the work • the ‘narrative ‘includes models, diagrammes and, crucially, indications that the work has been

    researched and correctly referenced in the text . • The links take the reader to the evidence from the narrative constructed on the web page

    Webfolio structure • Introduction & Professionalism

    • (Approximately : 350 words of narrative)

    • Reasons for skill choice • (Approximately: 650 words of narrative)

    • Evidence of skills development and evaluation • (Approximately: 1,350 words of narrative)

    • Future indicators of Skill Development and continued commitment to developing management

    • (Approximately: 650 words of narrative)

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    Webfolio structure

    • Introduction & Professionalism • (Approximately : 350 words of narrative)

    • Introduction - should be an overview of the whole e-portfolio

    (normally this gets written just before submission – you never introduce someone you don’t know) Think of it like an executive summary

    • Contents page - this is just a list of where information is this gives you an opportunity to make sure the marker does not miss anything and can be used to explain what is include in the word count and what is included in the appendix.

    • Overview of professionalism - this is your interpretation from the research that you have done throughout this module on professionalism within the global management. It can include references to our job searches, self-assessments, assessment centre research or other further reading

    Reasons for skill choice (Approximately: 650 words of narrative)

    • Evidence of self-awareness - this is a critique using the self-assessment tools discussed in the seminars, other self-assessment tools that you have found by yourself and if appropriate skills listed by the sectors institute that you wish to work in (i.e. CIPD, CIM etc.)

    • Graduate trainee job search - you need to introduce the 3-5 roles that you wish to pursue and why you have chosen them i.e. are they near home? Is it is high wage, are you interested in the brands/products? etc.

    • Comparison of results - would be an analysis of all the soft skills that you think need to be improved to allow you to be successful within the roles you wish to pursue. (You can use your TNA 1 in this section if you wish or the next section depending on your individual word count.)

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    Webfolio structure • Evidence of skills development and evaluation

    • (Approximately: 1,350 words of narrative)

    • Identification of three main skills- This can be TNA 1 or a more detailed overview as to what the skills are those that need developing.

    • Evidence of measures put in place to improve skills – This relates to TNA 2, this is where you need to consider how you will improve your three chosen skills over the semester. You need to complete five actions to improve each skill and provide evidence.

    • Please note: if you are going to use your assessment centre as evidence you may consider this has improved more than one skill, you can use the same action as long as you tailor individual bits of evidence to reflect this.

    • Evaluation of the process – This gives you the opportunity to discuss where you were, where you are now after this process and what you need to do improve before you apply for the role. We would not expect to fix all your development needs in just three months but we need to see that you being aware of what you need to do in the future.

    Future indicators of Skill Development and continued commitment to developing management (Approximately: 650 words of narrative)

    • Review of global organisations – this is a critique of

    how global companies support employees to be more global, i.e. leadership and development, cross cultural training etc. It may be beneficial to look at the job roles and the companies you discussed earlier to see what they offer to develop managers after the graduate programme.

    • Further qualification/training search – this is an opportunity to see what qualification that you feel would support your career that may not be offered by the companies that you wish to work for.

    • Career development – This concludes your portfolio and is that discusses where you see yourself in the future and different avenues you can pursue.

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    NOTE • The link to the professional association, indicating consideration of the requirements of a

    profession. • The use of the training needs analysis to analyse skills gaps and pointers for development

    Note • The indicators of research into the global environment • The research into company requirements, in this case, Volkswagen

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    Note This is only an extract of a very comprehensive bibliography It is correctly formatted

    • For technical Support: • [email protected]

    • Drop in workshops are being arranged for you through VLE Support.

    Watch your emails this week for details • Read Guidance notes for webfolio in x-stream • Look at the academic literature in building your webfolio in x-

    stream • Your ‘narrative’ must be screened in Turnitin • The Turnitin submission will be screened not marked there. • If it is not in PebblePad it is a non submission, even if it is in

    Turnitin. Some of last semester’s students learned the hard way

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