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Skills Summary


 

If your organisation have set up Skill cards, they will be shown whenever someone gives ad-hoc feedback to a colleague within the Culture Amp platform.

 

If skills have been rated as part of the submitted feedback, you'll see how you were rated when viewing the feedback in the platform:

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You can also track your feedback to monitor your progress over time via your Skills summary (Feedback > You > Skills summary)

 

What's included:

  • Progress chart
  • Breakdown of skill categories with stats (hover over / click through)
  • Breakdown of each skill with stats (hover over)

 

How to interpret the stats:

Breakdown of skill categories = "# feedback"

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This tells you the number of times skills from that category have been shown for people giving you feedback.  

Breakdown of skill categories = hover over

 

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If you hover over a category, it will show you how many people actually rated the skills (as well as the number of unique reviewers).  In the example above when hovering over, you'll see that 'Rocking it' has been rated 36 times and 'Getting there' 11 times and this is how your % is calculated (77% in the above example).

 

Breakdown of skill categories = click through

If you click on the category, you'll be directed to a further breakdown, this time showing you stats for each of the skills included in that category:

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A couple of things to note:

  • Skills can be skipped when someone gives you feedback (a single skill can be skipped if they don’t feel they can assess your ability on that skill, or all of them if they'd prefer just to give you qualitative feedback)
    In a case where all skills have been skipped, the platform doesn't mark you down, so we don't show it as 0%.  Instead, it would be shown as 50%, then as soon as you get your first rating the actual % will be calculated from there.
  • "Rocking it" (truly excels) and "Getting there" (approaching greatness, but could benefit from mentorship on the subject) may differ in your own account, as it's possible for an organisation to customise these terms.  

 

 

 



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