The form allows to reflect in a deeper way on the own competences:
- How far do I have acquired it?
- What experiences were actually significant for it?
- How do I show it ? What makes it visible to others?
A simple form - that can be paper-made as well - requires to attribute a 4-based scale rate to each competence (1= very poor; 2= poor; 3= fair; 4= good; 5= not applicable).
The volunteer can use the Descriptions provided in the Lever standard for a clear explanation of each competence.
A digital tool is also provided for carrying on a more analytical assessment based on the competence indicators.
The competence will be automatically evaluated, taking into account all the single components, that's indicators. In such a way, the final outcome can be one of the following options: fair, good, to improve, not applicable. Such an evaluation uses the same criteria a LEVER assessor should use. For each competence, the volunteer can assign a rate to each indicator instead of to the competence on the whole. The rate is based on the same scale: 1= very poor; 2= poor; 3= fair; 4= good; 5= not applicable.
The overview table shows a comparison between a quick and a detailed evaluation.
360 feedback evaluation
A third mode of self evaluation is enriched by the assessment provided by external persons whom the candidate has interacted with and who can therefore express an opinion on the competences of the candidate. Such an external assessment is based on the Quick evaluation mode. A digital form, then, allows the comparison of the rates given by both the candidate him/herself and the external persons. The outcome is shown by a 360 hystogram.