Emotional Intelligence, Cultural Intelligence and Diversity

Emotional Intelligence, Cultural Intelligence and Diversity

Assessment

2 Information
Subject Code: MBA502
Subject Name: Emotional Intelligence, Cultural Intelligence and Diversity
Assessment
Title: Individual Video Presentation including Slides
Assessment Type: Video
Presentation Length: 5-7 Minutes (+/-10%)
Weighting: 30 %
Total Marks: 30
Submission: Via Moodle (Vimeo)



Your Task


Create an individual video presentation that explores the topic of “diversity” within a contemporary business environment.
Assessment Description
In recent weeks, you have been exposed to a range of content exploring cultural diversity.
For this video presentation, you are required to conduct secondary research on a local
Australian-based or international firm to highlight how it embraces just one form of diversity. You cannot choose a firm from the Banking, Airline, Supermarket or Telecommunication Sectors. You should discuss your topic with your Facilitator before commencing your research.
You can focus on cultural diversity or any other form (gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, etc.). The focus of your video presentation should be to highlight and critique your chosen firm by presenting issues related to how it manages that specified diversity.


Assessment Instructions


To ensure the success of your video presentation, you should include the following:
1. A personal introduction: who are you?
2. An overview of the firm: what does it do and why did you select it?
3. Its diversity-related initiatives: what are they?
4. Sources: where have you obtained this information?
5. A critique of the diversity initiatives: have they been successful?
6. Recommendations: what else could the firm do in relation to diversity?
7. Additional sources: on what basis are you making those recommendations?
You are required to create a series of Powerpoint slides (10-12) with talking points to assist your presentation and display your research/references.
Remember that you must appear on the screen, ensure that you can be clearly, and that background noise is kept to a minimum and practice several times beforehand.

Be creative, a good presentation is not just about the content but the way that you present it
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Assessment Marking Guide
F (Fail) 0
%–49 % P (Pass) 50 %–64 % CR (Credit) 65 %–74 % D (Distinction) 75 %–84 % HD (High Distinction) 85 %–100 % Mark
Assessment Content OUT OF 30 MARKS
Poweproint Slides
(research, referencing and
logic of the arguments presented) The presentation of issues, research and recommendations is neither clear nor logically compelling or referenced. Persuasiveness and research of presentation suffers from somewhat vague and shaky research, argumentation and referencing.

The arguments presented and the research are somewhat clear but could have been logically more compelling and referenced. The arguments presented and research are clear, logically compelling and well referenced. The arguments presented and research are very clear, logically compelling and very well referenced. /10
Ethos (credibility of the presenters) No effort was made to establish the credibility of the presenters. Some limited effort was made to establish the credibility of the presenters. The effort was not very effective. The presenter made a good
effort to establish their credibility but there is some room for improvement, either in the character or competence dimensions. The presenter did a very good
job of establishing their credibility. The presenter did an excellent job of establishing their credibility (character and competence). /10
Pathos (appeal to the audience) The presenter failed to consider the needs and feelings of their targeted audience. The audience was disengaged most of the time. The presenter made a feeble attempt to consider the needs and feelings of their targeted
audience. The audience was sometimes disengaged. The presenter made a good effort to consider the needs and feelings of their targeted audience but with little impact. The presenter’s way of communicating was effective, as they addressed the needs and feelings of their targeted audience with very good responses.

The presenter’s way of communicating was very effective and addressed the needs and feelings of their targeted audience with great responses from audience. /10
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