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1 ROYAL DOCKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND LAW Assessment Guide Module Title: Mental Wealth 2 Module Code: HR5040 Level 5 Term 1 Academic Year 2021/22 Module Leader: Dr. Jummy Okoya Email: XXXXXXXXXX...

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ROYAL DOCKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND LAW


Assessment Guide

Module Title: Mental Wealth 2
Module Code: HR5040


Level 5

Term 1

Academic Year 2021/22


Module Leader: Dr. Jummy Okoya
Email: XXXXXXXXXX




Assessment

Assessment Component 1: (80%)

Employability skills portfolio (1000 -
1200 words summary)

Assessment Component 2: (20%)

Reflective report (1000 words)
Deadline date and time

24th Nov 2021 by 4pm
Date and time

7th Jan 2022 by 4pm.



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Module Learning Outcomes

At the end of this module, students will be able to:

Knowledge
1. Grasp new technical facts, business principles and relevant work theory
2. Understand the organisation of the work environment and its wider
impact

Thinking skills
3. Identify a problem of industrial or commercial significance
4. Determine what information is relevant for business analysis and
decision-making
5. Solve complex problems and make decisions involving the evaluation of
conflicting arguments to a
ive at a considered conclusion

Subject-based practical skills
6. Use information and knowledge effectively including collecting,
evaluating, synthesising and presenting business information in a
manner appropriate to the issues being considered

Skills for life and work (general skills)
7. Develop solutions to problems that arise in the organisation or in the
course of work
8. Contextualise and apply knowledge and skills developed in other
modules
Identify personal learning goals, use a range of learning opportunities to
fulfil learning goals, and articulate learning undertaken in the workplace
Assessment Component 1: Individual Skills Portfolio

LinkedIn learning modules

Date: 24TH Nov 2021

*Please note your portfolio must be submitted to Turn-it-in by 24th Nov 2021 by 4pm.

Assessment 1 – 80% (Submission deadline 24th Nov 2021)
You are expected to submit an Individual portfolio which includes, evidence of completing
five LinkedIn Learning modules and provide 1000 – 1200 words summary of the 5 modules.
This should be submitted along with the evidence of completion which can be obtained by
downloading certificate or a print screen of your certificate of completion clearly
showing your name. (Ensure that you sign in with your UEL student details).

LinkedIn Learning Modules to complete are:

The LinkedIn career development modules to complete are:

1. Critical Thinking (59 mins with Qs)
2. Managing relationships: Managing Up, Down and Across the Organisation
(58mins)
3. Emotional Intelligence: Developing Your Emotional Intelligence (1hr 8m)
4. Teamwork: Being An Effective Team Member (31 mins with Qs)
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5. Career Planning: Taking Charge of Your Career (45mins)

Your submission should be one single document which contains, evidence of completion of
each LinkedIn learning module and a XXXXXXXXXXword summary (Approximately 250 words
per module) demonstrating key learning from taking the module and how the skill can give
you competitive advantage in your career or make you more employable.

Example of structure for module Summary

Self-Awareness

What is the skill – description /definition (include a reference here)

Why do you need the skill – relate to the professional context and provide examples of
how you might use it at work or make you more employable.

How do you cultivate it – ways to develop the skill


Structure all 5 mini-paragraphs in the same way. You should have one reference per
skill, making 5 references in total.

Download your PDF certificates or take a screenshot and insert them into your word
document as evidence of completion:




You can access LinkedIn Learning via Moodle homepage, click on the third tab (student
links) use the drop-down menu button and LinkedIn Learning is the 3rd on the list.

Instructions to complete LinkedIn Learning modules:

1. Click on the link for each of each module below to access the material on LinkedIn
Learning
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2. Once you complete the module, please download the certificate and take a print
screen of it for submission with the XXXXXXXXXXwords summary for all 5 modules.

3. You are to write approximately 250 words per learning module.
Reflective report (1000 – 1200 words maximum) No additional 10%
Assessment 2: 20% (Submission 7th Jan 2022 @4pm)

Write a reflective report XXXXXXXXXXwords maximum) based on specific job description
(screenshot to be added as appendix) demonstrating how your newly acquired knowledge
and skills from taking the Mental Wealth module prepares you as an ideal candidate for the
identified job role. Your reflection should include reflection on relevance of skills modules
taken for the first assessment (e.g. Evidence of self-awareness, managing relationships,
personal resilience, critical thinking, teamwork, emotional intelligence and taking charge of
your career) and importance of wellbeing interventions in managing your career.

You are to complete the following modules on LinkedIn Learning as part of preparation for
the second assignment:

Leveraging Your Transferable Skills to Drive Your Career (20 Mins)

Building Resilience (34mins)

Managing your emotions at work (50 mins)


You should address all of the following points in your reflective report;

1. Identify a job role, job advert and job description (include in appendix)
2. Reflect on how your newly acquired skill could give you an employability advantage
3. Show linkage between skills & competences required for the future role and cu
ent
employability skills & competencies
4. Reflect on how you would leverage the wellbeing interventions and your newly
acquired skills / competencies to position yourself for future career opportunities.
Structure of the submission:

1. Cover-page
2. Introduction
3. Identification of the job role and key skills requirements
4. Reflection on wellbeing interventions
5. Reflection on skills acquired on the module and how these relates to successful
future career
6. List of references.




Re-sit Information
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When a student is required to re-sit any of the assessment components, the
student should:
1) Re-sit Component 1 – Individual Skills portfolio
a. You have submitted at the first opportunity but failed: The students
should use the provided feedback for the first submission and
complete the task again by improving their first submission. The
time/day of the presentations - TBC
. You have not submitted at the first opportunity: in this case you
have to complete the task for Component 1 (please see above).
The time/day of submission – TBC.

2) Re-sit Component 2 - Reflective report
a. You have submitted at the first opportunity but failed: The student
should use the provided feedback for the first submission and
complete the task again by improving their first submission. The
time/day of the submission – TBC.
. You have not submitted at the first opportunity: in this case you
have to complete the task for Component 2 (please see above).
The time/day of the submission – TBC.

Please note that a re-sit will be capped at 40

Assessment marking criteria

Component 1 – Individual skills portfolio

Criteria
Evidence of 5 modules completed
1000 words Skills summary highlights the relevance,
cultivation and uses of the skill with at least one reference
per skill.
Overall presentation (Language, includes academic
eferences and good structure with effective sub headings



Component 2 - Individual reflective report
Marking Criteria Marks
available
Introduction to portfolio 5%
Identification of the job role and key skills requirements 20%
Evidence of reflection on wellbeing interventions
20%
Evidence of reflection on skills acquired on the module
and how these relates to successful future career
45%
Overall presentation of work (reference list included) 10%


Feedback and Return of Work

You will receive detailed feedback on your submitted work via Turnitin and Grade
mark. Feedback on your assessment will be provided no later than 10 working
days after the submission date.
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Pass Mark

The pass mark for a module at Undergraduate level is 40%. In order to pass HR
5040, you must score a minimum of 40% in the assessment. If you do not
achieve 40%, you will have the opportunity to re-sit. The submission date for
esits will be confirmed and communicated to you later in the academic year.

In order to pass a module on reassessment, you need to achieve a mark of 40%.
If the module is passed, the module mark is capped at 40% for the purposes of
calculating the degree Award classification (see the relevant Programme
Handbook). However, the actual mark achieved is recorded on the student
transcript.

If you fail the module on reassessment, you are entitled to repeat the module
once. However, you must attend lectures and seminars again, and you will have
to pay fees. The module mark will be capped for the purposes of calculating the
degree Award classification.


Extenuating Circumstances

There are no extensions to deadlines: If you are having problems with
meeting a deadline and have been seriously affected by one of the problems
outlined below, you might be able to claim ‘extenuation’. Extenuating
circumstances are those which:

❖ Impair the performance of a student in assessment or reassessment
❖ Prevent a student from attending for assessment or reassessment.
❖ Prevent a student from submitting assessed or reassessed work by the
scheduled
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Introduction
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Identification of Job Role and Key Skills
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Reflection and Linkage of Skills and Insights acquired in Process
Team Dynamics and Creating strong Team Bonds
Working with people is my forte and gauging their personalities in the process becomes very important to ensure proper implementation of ideas. It is a unique approach for an individual to navigate through the world and it also constitutes different actions, thoughts, and behavior. Therefore, a blanket approach for persuasion and motivation is going to give you limited efficacy. Why, because people’s personalities will lead them to respond differently to what you say and do as a leader. Hence, a strong comprehension of individual personalities allows you to motivate, persuade, and lead far more effectively. It will help you to curate and customize your message to the person in front of you. That’s also what the majority of successful marketers do when they design their customer survey or connect with the target audience and build their “Go-To” Strategy. Essentially, there are five traits of personality that are evaluated on a sliding scale. One of my funda to remember this is by using the acronym OCEAN,
O- Openness to Experience,
C- Conscientiousness
E- Extroversion
A- Agreeableness
N-...
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