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Intuitive employability platform
for universities & colleges
Dr Norbert Morawetz
Student Experience Expert me...
potential.ly
Employability?
potential.ly
Employability drives…
•Rankings
•Student choice
•Fee income
The development of graduates with relevant attributes,
skills and knowledge has placed graduate employability at
the centr...
• Graduate attributes describe qualities, skills and
understandings a university community agrees its
students should deve...
Attributes
Preferences Abilities
Graduate attributes
combine two key
concepts:
Preference & Ability
potential.ly
• Patterns of behaviour, thought and emotion that are the most natural
to a person.
• Preferences play an important role i...
Ability
(Competencies, skills, capabilities)
• Abilities describe knowledge, skills and
competencies that can be learned a...
How preferences and ability relate:
Example: ’Creative Problem Solving’
Imagination,
Open-mindedness
• Creativity and crit...
PreferencesAbilities
Build
self-awareness
• Preferences
• Ability
Engage in Personal
Development
• Curricular
• Student-le...
potential.ly
Collaborative learningPersonal Development Tutoring/ Support
Providing the personalised support needed at sca...
potential.ly
potential.ly
The potential.ly platform makes it simple for HEs & FEs to embed employability
and personal deve...
potential.ly
Quick and engaging identification of
strengths and stretch areas.
potential.ly
Building self-awareness
Step 2: Give students ownership of their CPD.
Explore
attributes
Development prompts
Mapping of progress
potential.ly
potential.ly
Visualisation help students to reflect in a structured way and
engage them in personal development.
Enriching student-tutor relationships
Potential.ly gives insight into a student’s
personal strengths and development
needs...
Connect & Communicate
potential.ly
• Increase student-tutor trust, rapport and
understanding
• Understand the student beyo...
Get noticed on LinkedIn
Connect potential.ly to Linkedin to get noticed by
employers.
pi
POST pi TO LINKEDIN
Build and sha...
• Cohort-level data can be exported for
Learner Analytics
• What events, courses, resources should
the university offer to...
We support the full student-university lifecycle,
from pre-arrival to alumni
potential.ly
Personal
Development
Plan
Resour...
Critical and Creative Thinkers
A Critical thinker ...
A Creative thinker ....
Lifelong learning
Entrepreneurial
Enterprisi...
Some of our clients and partners
potential.ly
June 2015
Selected for the Young Academy 2015 - the
programme for social ent...
Collaborative learning
Team-builder helps create balanced learning teams!
potential.ly
Teaching collaboration skills
Potential.ly utilises key theories of personality,
teamwork and management in an experientia...
We are a young technology startup focusing on
making learning of soft skills and personal
development more scalable, colla...
potential.ly
Contact
Dr Norbert Morawetz
norbert@potential.ly
+44 (0) 7872414948
Potential.ly intuitive employability platform for universities and colleges
Potential.ly intuitive employability platform for universities and colleges
Potential.ly intuitive employability platform for universities and colleges
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  1. 1. potential.ly Intuitive employability platform for universities & colleges Dr Norbert Morawetz Student Experience Expert meeting
  2. 2. potential.ly Employability?
  3. 3. potential.ly Employability drives… •Rankings •Student choice •Fee income
  4. 4. The development of graduates with relevant attributes, skills and knowledge has placed graduate employability at the centre of the Higher Education agenda. “ ” potential.ly
  5. 5. • Graduate attributes describe qualities, skills and understandings a university community agrees its students should develop during their time with the institution. • Attributes go beyond disciplinary expertise or technical knowledge • Attributes describe desired outcomes, they are aspirational in nature and are difficult to assess in a quantitative way potential.ly Graduate attributes
  6. 6. Attributes Preferences Abilities Graduate attributes combine two key concepts: Preference & Ability potential.ly
  7. 7. • Patterns of behaviour, thought and emotion that are the most natural to a person. • Preferences play an important role in guiding and shaping our daily behaviour. People are likely to behave in line with their preferences most of the time, but they are not determined by them. • Preferences tend to be relatively stable over time , and we cannot change who we are and our way easily from one day to the next. • Taken together, the sum of our preferences can be described as our ‘personality’. potential.ly Preferences (Personal qualities, traits, personality factors)
  8. 8. Ability (Competencies, skills, capabilities) • Abilities describe knowledge, skills and competencies that can be learned and improved. • For example, in order to give a good presentation you need to know about structure, communication skills, body language, digital skills to prepare impressive slides, etc. • Proficiency can be assessed potential.ly
  9. 9. How preferences and ability relate: Example: ’Creative Problem Solving’ Imagination, Open-mindedness • Creativity and critical thinking techniques learned • Opportunity to exercise, experience & develop creative problem solving skills as part of curriculum / extracurricular activity Creative problem solving Individual’s personal preference Acquired competency Graduate Attribute + potential.ly
  10. 10. PreferencesAbilities Build self-awareness • Preferences • Ability Engage in Personal Development • Curricular • Student-led CPD • Extra-curricular • Reflection/Monitoring Personalised Support • Embedded: Personal tutoring • End-of-Programme: Careers Developing employability/ attributes potential.ly 1 2 3
  11. 11. potential.ly Collaborative learningPersonal Development Tutoring/ Support Providing the personalised support needed at scale is resource and time intensive.
  12. 12. potential.ly potential.ly The potential.ly platform makes it simple for HEs & FEs to embed employability and personal development in a highly engaging and scalable way.
  13. 13. potential.ly Quick and engaging identification of strengths and stretch areas.
  14. 14. potential.ly Building self-awareness
  15. 15. Step 2: Give students ownership of their CPD.
  16. 16. Explore attributes
  17. 17. Development prompts Mapping of progress potential.ly
  18. 18. potential.ly Visualisation help students to reflect in a structured way and engage them in personal development.
  19. 19. Enriching student-tutor relationships Potential.ly gives insight into a student’s personal strengths and development needs, and provides a record of what they have done for their personal development. Giving personal tutors access to this rich information enables highly effective development discussions. potential.ly
  20. 20. Connect & Communicate potential.ly • Increase student-tutor trust, rapport and understanding • Understand the student beyond their degree • Empower collaborative communication and develop student confidence Plan, map and track development • Identify focus areas • Link actions/resources to focus areas • Monitor student engagement with resources
  21. 21. Get noticed on LinkedIn Connect potential.ly to Linkedin to get noticed by employers. pi POST pi TO LINKEDIN Build and share professional identity potential.ly
  22. 22. • Cohort-level data can be exported for Learner Analytics • What events, courses, resources should the university offer to address wider development needs? • Measure learning gain and the impact of education on personal development • How do students differ across study programmes? potential.ly Measuring learning gain
  23. 23. We support the full student-university lifecycle, from pre-arrival to alumni potential.ly Personal Development Plan Resource 2 Pre-Arrival Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 End of Programme
  24. 24. Critical and Creative Thinkers A Critical thinker ... A Creative thinker .... Lifelong learning Entrepreneurial Enterprising and entrepreneurial attitude and outlook Active Problem Solver Teamwork, collaboration Leadership (leading people) Initiative (not explicit) Planning/Organisation skills Self-awareness, self-evaluation, self-management Management of digital identities Global Outlook and Community Engaged Valuing diversity Cross-cultural Experience Community engaged Literate and effective communicators Verbal communication Written communication Visual communication Information Literacy Digital literacy Numeracy potential.ly Customisation to the institution’s graduate attributes
  25. 25. Some of our clients and partners potential.ly June 2015 Selected for the Young Academy 2015 - the programme for social entrepreneurs tackling inequality in education. July 2015 Selected by Jisc for education technology startup programme. Feb 2015 Supported through the highly competitive o2/Telefonica startup programme wayra
  26. 26. Collaborative learning
  27. 27. Team-builder helps create balanced learning teams! potential.ly
  28. 28. Teaching collaboration skills Potential.ly utilises key theories of personality, teamwork and management in an experiential way; resulting in transferrable learning of “soft skills” for the work place. potential.ly
  29. 29. We are a young technology startup focusing on making learning of soft skills and personal development more scalable, collaborative and measurable. Our expertise lies in psychometrics, user experience design and software development. About us - who is potential.ly? Norbert Morawetz, PhD Founder, Research Lecturer at Henley Business School, 10 years XP in research & teaching Abdul Waheed Co-Founder & Developer 10 years experience in designing complex web applications for academic publisher Springer. Jeremy Townson Co-Founder & Developer 18 years XP developing software for companies such as Logica, Springer & Orange. Trevor Bezzina, MBA Co-Founder, Partner Management 10 years delivering web solutions for talent management (Goldman Sachs) and charities (the Scouts) potential.ly
  30. 30. potential.ly Contact Dr Norbert Morawetz norbert@potential.ly +44 (0) 7872414948

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