|Creativity and Innovation
||Combine knowledge from different areas to produce unique ideas or solutions. Use imagination, visualization, design, aesthetic, social and literary talents. Properly define a problem or potential design opportunity through the use of research, interviews and observations. Generate creative ideas through brainstorming, for example.
||Proposal for a different approach and/or an improvement to a problem.
New product, policy or process (or an enhancement of these) your student must develop.
Marketing or promotional materials your students must develop.
Creatively-designed and impressive e-portfolio, containing artifacts that represent your students’ skills and accomplishments.
||Persuade or induce someone to follow a course of action or acceptance of something. Proactively shift the thinking, actions, and even the emotional state of other people.
||Influence skill activities that build trust: making people feel uniquely special, offering lots of information, telling a story, making realistic promises and providing a high level of service.
||Successfully communicate and interact with others, both individually and in groups.
||Activities in which students demonstrate verbal and non-verbal communication (body language), listening skills, negotiation, problem solving, decision making, and appropriate assertiveness with others.
Description of experience in which students successfully resolved a conflict with colleagues outside of their team.
||Actively listen by keeping an open mind and concentrating on the main direction of the speaker’s message.
||Students’ reflection and feed-back demonstrating understanding of a proposal or instructions.
||Interact with others from different cultural backgrounds in a culturally appropriate manner. Understand the unique perceptions, thoughts, feelings and actions of another cultural group. Communicate effectively and appropriately in intercultural situations. Be fluent in at least one language other than their primary language.
||Study abroad, service-learning or internship experience, during which students learn about another culture.
Write-up about how your students strengthened a team because they understand differences.
Students learn an additional language.
Paper which demonstrates knowledge about a cultural group other than the students’ own.
||Exhibit the knowledge/skills, good judgment and attitude, integrity, polite behavior and appropriate dress that are expected from a person in his/her workplace.
||Assignments which require learning the characteristics of professionalism, including scenarios, case studies, videos and discussion groups.
Description of the type of culture students would work best in: work style they prefer, how they envision relationships with co-workers, what values are important, a description of their dream job.
Students are on time to class and are actively engaged without checking personal devices or doing things unrelated to coursework.
Students ignore text messages and phone calls in class and during faculty/staff appointments.
||Speak clearly to convey messages in a calm and focused way. Foster interpersonal relations.
||Oral presentation or performance, in which your students must summarize, organize, persuade, relay and receive information.
Class discussions in which your students must express their thoughts/feelings in an appropriate and articulate manner.
||Convey ideas and messages with clarity, free of grammatical errors.
||Paper in which students have to make an argument and assemble evidence in support of it.
Writing assignments in which students discover, examine, and test their ideas about readings, class discussions and lectures.