Networking Assessment Rubric_Apr 2017.xlsx - Networking Assessment(Individual 20 of overall Excellent(8-10 marks NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION CONVERSATION

Networking Assessment Rubric_Apr 2017.xlsx - Networking...

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Networking Assessment (Individual - 20% of overall) Excellent (8-10 marks) Good (6-7 marks) Acceptable (5 marks) Unacceptable (0-4 marks) CONVERSATION SKILLS FOLLOW-UP EMAIL NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION Student displays confident body language, maintains good eye contact and has a high level of enthusiasm throughout the entire Networking Assessment. Appearance is neat and professional. Student uses the appropriate gestures, tone, pacing and volume throughout. Student displays appropiate body language, maintains eye contact and has an appropriate level of enthusiasm most of the time during the Networking Assessment. Appearance is generally professional. Student uses the appropriate gestures, tone, pacing and volume most of the time. Student displays nervous body language, has minimal eye contact and displays low enthusiasm most of the time during the Networking Assessment. Appearance is slightly unprofessional. Student uses the appropriate gestures, tone, pacing and volume only some of the time. Student's body language shows a lack of interest and has almost no eye contact. Student also displays very low enthusiasm throughout the Networking Assessment. Appearance is untidy and unprofessional. Student uses inappropriate gestures, tone, pacing and volume most of the time. Student makes an excellent introduction of himself/herself as well as others. Student is able to initiate a conversation appropriately and sustains the conversation seamlessly and effortlessly. Student effectively uses small talk and questioning techniques to sustain the conversation. Student makes an appropriate introduction of himself/herself as well as others. Student is able to initiate a conversation and sustains the conversation fairly well but has some awkward silences/breaks. Student uses some small talk and questioning techniques to sustain the conversation. Student introduces himself/herself as well as others, awkwardly. Student initiates a conversation but not appropriately and has trouble sustaining the conversation with awkward silences/breaks most of the time. Student tries to use some small talk and questioning techniques, but the result is awkward most of the time. Student fails to introduce himself/herself or others. Student does not make an effort to initiate a conversation and has trouble sustaining the conversation with awkward silences/breaks most of the time. Student does not attempt to use small talk and/or questioning techniques. SITUATIONAL AWARENESS Student manages to detect unexpected/unplanned for moments and/or changes in target audience's behaviour during the Networking assessment. Student reacts to them effectively and manages to turn the situation into an advantageous one.
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