Q4 Was there convergence between qualitative comments and specific item ratings

Q4 was there convergence between qualitative comments

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Q4. Was there convergence between qualitative comments and specific item ratings? For example, did any of the comments help you to better understand your item scores? In many cases, students will find a vivid and provocative comment that spurs them to review the specific item ratings for confirmation or clarification. There was convergence between qualitative comments and specific item ratings. In this instance, it would be that certain comments told me that I have to be honest and straight forward sometimes which coincides with the fact that I didn’t get the best scores in conflict management, since that requires honesty and straight forwardness.
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Q5. Are there any other patterns in the qualitative feedback that draw your attention? I think that there is a resonating theme that I should push forward my ideas as a leader if I truly believe in them.General impression analyses The section of the report involving feedback from others concludes with data on others’ general impressions of you on 4 of the “Big 5” personality dimensions (extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, and openness to experience). Your raters did not complete the same exact items you did on these dimensions. They completed a very brief 2-item measure of each dimension, while you completed 10 totally different items related to the dimension. For this reason,your self-scores are reported separately rather than compared against each other in the same graph. This section will focus on others’ impressions of you.GI1. Which domains showed the highest ratings from others?Conscientiousness and Openness had the highest ratingsGI2. Which domains showed the lowest ratings from others?Agreeableness and Extraversion had the lowest ratingsGI3. Which domains, if any, showed a difference in ratings across rater categories (PersonalChoice vs. IP Teammates)? Note the domain(s) as well as the direction of the gap. If there is a difference, you may want to consider whether (and why) you might behave differently in one context vs. the other, and/or whether (and why) the two rater groups might have different standardsthey’re using to judge you on these dimensions.Extraversion had a difference between IP teammates and personal choice raters because the mean for IP was 5.50 while for the personal choice raters, it was 6.75. This may be the case because the people who I chose to rate me outside IP know me very well.GI4. Do you have any other comments about what you see with regard to others’ general impressions of you? You may want to comment here on any striking differences between perceptions of the average Gabelli student by their IP teammates with perceptions that your IP teammates had of you. Do you think this helps indicate where you differ, personality-wise from your peers? Or might it say something about how your team differs from the average Gabelli team this term? Or both?I noticed that my agreeableness was the only category that was below the average IP1 teammate. I feel this may be the case because I try very hard to dedicate my time to
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