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Developing Big Data, Living CV, Leadership Skills, and SMART Goals - Module Review

Section 1

Section 1

In Section 1 you have demonstrated access to the big data sites with some engagement with  the data found. The data sites were relevant to your search but you have not ventured beyond those suggested to you in the lectures. Your list of research sites visited is in appendix i) - include a sentence of explanation under each site. Work on ensuring that you use the data accrued to build the story you intended to tell, as precisely as possible.
In Section 2 your living CV has been brought to life with skills, projects or work experience examined in light of what might be relevant to an employer. To improve this you could choose skills you know to be relevant to your sector or the employer that you are targeting for your graduate role application. Appendix ii) has your Living CV complete but without illustrations and your graduate application or acceptance email or stage in the selection process indicator. You also do have the skills based WEA GOLD level achievement in Appendix iii) as checked with the Employability Award Team’s listing. To improve further you could choose to develop skills in relation to grad role to demonstrate your understanding of the role content in your sector.
In Section 3 you have used the STARR (Situation, Task, Action, Result & Reflection) format to structure your answer to “Tell me about a time when you used your leadership skills?” Your interview answer contained at least one leadership model and other models linked to those taught on the module from weeks 2-8 communication,. Your Forage Certificate or Badge was found in Appendix iv) and demonstrated  your ability to navigate the SSE, City of Newcastle In Section 4 you were required to produce clear SMART goals linked to your professional role applications which you  have not done successfully. All goals should have dates/ times/ percentages / numbers to ensure that they can be measured at all 3 levels: short, interim and long-term. Not all goals are explicitly relevant to your professional graduate role applications as included in the appendices. You should also link your goals to the Learning Outcomes 1 or 3 in the Intended Benefits section of the grid.
Ensuring that goals remain current is a key challenge and you could improve your SMART Goals choices by relating to grad role Choosing a goal relating to the soft. Choosing a goal relating to the soft skills of personal resilience / managing up  / followership / communicating a difficult message / reframing a message more positively etc.
A hard skill that could help you to progress may be ExCel shortcuts / software relevant to your role
Section 2
Reflect on two key themes emerging from your Future Ready Mentoring sessions linked to c hosen models from those taught on the module.
Structured around two Critical Incidents, this section includes both the mentoring experience and how it has been mapped to the relevant theory from the module.
Section 3
Consider how you could use your leadership skills to actualise one element from the 5 Dimensions of Leadership: Authenticity, Vision, Achievement, Ownership, Collaboration and show how you would use the theory from the module to illustrate it: Communication, Teamwork, Culture or Sustainable Leadership, referring explicitly to organisations you have progressed in application with

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