As the new school year draws closer (or has already begun here in Kenya) parents gird their loins for the disassembling process of understanding their kids’ report cards. What should be a relatively simple snapshot is often ambiguous & hard to understand.
That’s why I loved the article in the Globe & Mail that had this graphic.
It’s clean. It’s highly visual. It’s colourful. It’s inviting. It’s easy to understand. It’s informative.
As training & development professionals we can learn a lot from this example (whether or not you have kids running you ragged or not).
From training feedback forms to employee performance assessments to other types of assessment & evaluation how can we make them clean, visual, colourful, inviting, easy to understand & informative?
(Now if only my new to middle schooler’s schedule was as easy to read!)