Clients that have purchased 'Standard' or 'Premium' Analytics will see the Analytics feature on the left-hand panel. Under the Analytics section, you will see the Scores tab. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or to learn more about our analytics packages.
The Scores tab provides your company with a detailed and informative view for each Indicator and underlying question score. In this tab, you can look at each indicator, filter them by competency if needed, and view their process over time. Additionally, you can dive into the questions powering each Indicator. All scores are represented as a benchmarked percentile (at the question, indicator, and competency level) across Emtrain's portfolio of clients.
The view on the Scores tab can be modified to include or exclude Indicators based on Competencies, sorted in descending or ascending order of scores, and viewed overall by Indicators or questions.
Each Competency is listed here with its associated indicators. Removing the check from a box excludes the Indicators associated with that Competency.
Show and Sort View
By default, the list view is organized by Indicators and sorted in descending order (show above). This means Indicator with the highest score is at the top. You can flip the order by clicking on Ascending.
Choosing Questions on the Show option displays the list of all Questions rather than Indicators:
This list view shows the detailed scores for each Indicator, providing you with insight into the most recent score and their progress over the past 24 months.
Selecting Indicators in the Show option updates the list to display the latest and historical scores for each indicator.
- Indicators selected for the Show option.
- The Competency and the Indicator. In this example, “Respect” is the Competency and “Mitigating Bias” is the Indicator.
- Multiple links: Questions shows the questions powering the indicator and Implications provides additional information about the indicator (see below).
- The number of learners who have responded to this question.
- The brief definition of the Indicator.
- Percentile for each indicator shown over time. This is helpful to determine progress for a specific indicator.
Selecting Questions in the Show option toggles the list to display all the qualifying question scores across all indicators.
- Questions selected for the Show option.
The Indicator name and the question text. In this example, “Mitigating Bias” is the Indicator name and “People on my team use a meeting agenda and ground rules to ensure everyone is heard” is the question text.
- Progress Overtime showing the trend of the question score during the past 24 months.
If your company does not have enough data for an indicator, the bar will be gray with the text “Insufficient data”. This means not enough learners have completed related coursework to supply reliable data.
To see an indicator score, 2 or more qualifying questions associated with that indicator must have learner responses. Qualifying questions mean:
30+ companies have answered a particular question
50+ learners have answered a particular question if<200 learners in the organization
100+ learners have answered a particular question if 200+ learners in the organization
- Questions link: Clicking the Questions link opens a view of Indicator’s underlying questions that were answered (and met the threshold, aka ‘qualifying’) by the workplace’s learners. These scores specifically show the results from the individual questions, and these scores are rolled up into the overarching score for the indicator.
- Implications link: The Implications link opens a separate page with guiding information about the associated indicator. In the example below, the Implications link opens the Mitigating Bias page. This view provides additional information around each indicator. This includes 1) the full definition of the Indicator, 2) example underlying questions powering the Indicator, 3) description of observable behaviors across the prosocial behavior spectrum, 4) skills that are needed to improve Indicator score, and 5) list of research citations and other resources to further learn about our work behind the framework.