This video will review what a scorecard is, how supervisors can view their personal and team members scorecards, and what the data mean.
You can access your personal scorecard in two ways. First, you can click anywhere in the area of your bar graphs on your dashboard. You can also access your scorecard by clicking on the personal tab on the left hand side of your screen and then clicking on performance. Regardless of which way you view your scorecard, the same data will populate.
A scorecard is a visual representation of your performance over time. The scorecard will allow you to view your performance in each of the three key areas measured in BST perform over the course of the past 12 weeks. You may also view your performance over the past 12 months by clicking on the performance period drop down menu.
At the bottom of the scorecard, you will see a legend which indicates what color each of the areas is represented in. If you are interested in just reviewing your clinical scores, you can remove the professional and environmental data by clicking on the words in the legend. You can simply bring the areas you removed back to your scorecard by clicking on the word again. The line represents your weighted average score across the three areas for each week that is represented on your scorecard. You too can remove this line by clicking on the name in the legend.
Above your scorecard, you will see tabs to view your personalized personal goal plan, personal success plan, and observation and assessment data. 3/2023 Update: There is now a task tab at the top of the scorecard as well.
As a supervisor, you can view each of your team members' scorecards as well. You can access your team members scorecard in two ways. First, you can click anywhere in the area of their bar graphs on your dashboard. You can also access their scorecard by clicking on the team tab on the left hand side of your screen and then clicking on performance. Regardless of which way you view your scorecard, the same data will populate
The same features that we discussed related to honing in on data applies to your team member's scorecards as well. If you are an indirect supervisor or non-direct supervisor to anyone at your organization, you can click on the tabs at the top of this screen to view those supervisees performance. Please review the article in the miscellaneous folder in our knowledge base that discusses the difference between direct, indirect, and non-direct supervisors, if you wish to learn more about this distinction.
For more information on how to view goal plans, success plans, or observation and assessment data, please view those respective supervisor training videos.
Update 2/2024: Whether you are looking at your personal scorecard or a team members scorecard, you will see additional tabs at the bottom to assist your analysis of the data. The doing well tab will populate the top five evaluation tools in which one's fidelity score is above 80%. The doing poorly tab will populate the bottom five evaluations in which fidelity is below 70%. The component integrity tab will populate the average fidelity across component types, to help guide areas to pinpoint. If your supervisor changes in the platform at anytime, it will be logged in the supervisor details tab.