UMPDFL15M Managing People In A Global Context
Based upon the two HR skills covered on the module. Students are required to reflect upon their performance in the practical activities. They must cover both topics in the depth. This would suggest an equal word split between the two skills. It is advised that students identify one or two behaviours or actions for each topic. This allows studentsto comprehensively analyse the behaviours/actions and make suggestions as to how to improve in the future.
This assignment is worth 25% of the overall mark for this module. The exact due date is available on Blackboard.
*if students miss either or both of the HR skills sessions they will be set an alternative assignment from the module leader.
Evidence understanding of the topic and key theories
Demonstrates critical appreciation of relevant theory and empirical research
Draw from relevant, academic sources to support answers
Demonstrates ability to critically evaluate and reflect
Relevant steps for future improvement are developed
Sources should be cited and referenced using the Harvard system
Formative feedback provides opportunities to reflect on your ongoing work and preparation for your assignment.
Self-guided activities and in class discussions are vital in checking understanding and developing critical thinking. Students are responsible for ensuring they contribute in sessions. If they contribute they will receive instant feedback from their peers and tutor.
Further information about this assessment is available on the Blackboard site for this module in the Component A Study Unit.
We cannot ensure that other formats are compatible with markers’ software.
All work should be word processed in 12-point font Calibri, Times New Roman or Arial and either single or 1.5 line spaced.
The first page of your coursework must include:
Your student number
The module name and number
The word count
The coursework title: “Self-Reflection of HR Skills)
This word count includes everything in the main body of the text (including headings, tables, citations, quotes, lists, etc.).
The references, bibliography and footnotes (provided footnotes only include references) are NOT included in this word count.
There is no direct penalty for exceeding the word count, but the marker WILL stop reading once the maximum word limit has been reached and nothing further will be taken into account in the allocation of marks.
You must submit your assignment before the stated deadline by electronic submission through Blackboard. Notification that the electronic submission port al is open for your assignment is displayed (usually two weeks before the submission date) in the Coursework tab in myUWE, the Coursework tab in Blackboard and via an announcement in the Blackboard course.
Please allow sufficient time to upload your assignment, noting that the system becomes busier andslower as the deadline approaches. Only your final upload will be counted. Ensure all your informationis submitted at one attempt to avoid ‘overwriting’ your intended submission. Always check and retain your receipts.
Late submission in the 24 hours following the deadline will be accepted but the assignment mark will be capped at 40%. Submissions after 24 hours will not be accepted. For full guidance on online submission through Blackboard, see:
Submissions of coursework by any other method (including a paper copy, on disk or by email) are NOTpermissible for this module unless specifically agreed in advance of the submission date. Before submitting your work, please ensure that:
You have proofread you work thoroughly to ensure your work is presented appropriately
You have addressed all the required elements of the assessment
You have referenced in accordance with the guidance provided
You have addressed each of the marking criterion
The submission is a single document and is in the correct format
Make sure you submit your own work and do not plagiarise from other sources or students. All modules within FBL have the option to use Safe Assign software. Safe Assign will compare your work to that of other students, current and past, as well as other materials available on the internet. UWE will act if Safe Assign suggests your work includes material that is ‘copied’ from other sources.
Students will normally receive marks and feedback on their submission within 20 working days of thesubmission deadline (not including any public holidays or university closure days). Any delay in returning students’ work will be communicated by the module leader via Blackboard.
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