Boardroom Presentation Rubric_Apr 2017(1).xlsx - Data Gathering Call(20 of overall Name of Student Class Excellent(8-10 marks ESTABLISHING RAPPORT

Boardroom Presentation Rubric_Apr 2017(1).xlsx - Data...

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Data Gathering Call (20% of overall) Name of Student: Class: Excellent (8-10 marks) Good (6-7 marks) Acceptable (5 marks) Unacceptable (0-4 marks) Comments 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 L.E.A.R.N. (X2) 10.00 10.00 VERIFICATION 10.00 CONCLUSION 10.00 Total (%) 100.00 ESTABLISHING RAPPORT Student establishes excellent rapport by showing interest in the target audience, making small talk, smiling warmly, mentioning the other party's name at least 4 times, listening attentively, mirroring and making the other person feel important. Student is able to identify personality type of target audience and connects effectively. Student establishes good rapport by showing interest in the target audience, making small talk, smiling, mentioning the other party's name at least 3 times and listening attentively. , tries to connect but makes some mistakes. Student establishes rapport by attempting to make small talk, smiling occasionally, mentioning the other party's name at least twice and listening. Student is able to discern personality type of target audience but fails to connect in an appropriate manner. Student does not attempt to establish rapport and shows a lack of interest in the target audience. There is no small talk or smile on the student's face, and he/she does not mention the other party's name. Student is restless, inattentive and fails to identify target audience's personality type. NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION Student steps into the room with warmth and enthusiasm, sits upright, maintains good eye contact and high level of energy throughout the data gathering call. Appearance is neat and professional. Uses the right gestures, tone, pacing and volume. Student steps into the room with enthusiasm, sits upright and maintains good eye contact most of the time. Level of energy is high most of the time and appearance is professional. Uses appropriate gestures, tone, pacing and volume. Student steps into the room looking nervous. Slouches occasionally and maintains minimal eye contact while reading mostly from notes. Level of energy is low and appearance is untidy. Gestures too much or too little and sometimes speaks too softly, slowly or fast. Some silent moments between sentences. Student steps into the room looking lost and nervous. Slouches and fidgets restlessly. No eye contact and reads from notes all the time. Level of energy is low and appearance is untidy and unprofessional. Gestures too much or too little, and speaks too softly, slowly or fast. Many silent moments between sentences. PURPOSE AND BENEFIT STATEMENTS Student states purpose of data gathering call clearly and concisely. Engages and gets the audience "hooked" with at least one excellent benefit statement. Student states purpose of data gathering call clearly. Engages the audience with a good benefit statement. Student states purpose of data gathering call.
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