Involvement Outcomes

Involvement Outcomes are the measure of personal and professional development to which a student will be exposed upon successful completion of the Record of Student Development (RSD) programmatic requirements.

Outcome Definition (Measurable Behaviour)
Collaboration Working with others toward a common objective through the sharing of ideas and distribution of responsibilities across team members.
Communication Effectively using verbal, nonverbal and written formats to convey information. Ensuring that information is well organized and delivered in a clear and concise manner.

Conflict Negotiation

Effectively managing disagreement, including keeping tension and emotion to a minimum, focusing solely on the issue at hand, balancing the needs and interests of all involved, and finding common ground.

Decision Making

Making each decision appropriate to the context it is situated in.


Promoting one's own and/or others' exposure to people from a variety of backgrounds, beliefs, and/or experiences to enhance group effectiveness and/or group functioning.


Demonstrating a deep understanding of others by attempting to experience their thoughts and feelings.


Upholding standards of conduct based on socially accepted values.


Giving one's best effort.

Functioning Independently

Functioning without assistance or guidance from others, such as finding answers to questions on one's own and monitoring the progress and timeliness of one's own work.

Goal Setting

Setting goals by laying out targeted measurable objectives that have specified time frames for completion. Laying out a course of action to complete an intended objective by identifying tasks and setting deadlines for completion.

Idea Generation

Generating new ideas by expanding one's thinking beyond convention.


Engaging in ways to cultivate a welcoming environment that includes others in roles, processes, and experiences to foster a greater sense of belonging and/or a shared commitment.


Taking charge of a situation, voluntarily and unprompted by others, especially when one has the expertise or opportunity to do so or when others are not able to.


Creating systems and structures that allow one to effectively manage, monitor, and utilize information, resources and materials.

Providing Feedback

Offering critiques, confirmations, and/or advice in a manner that is timely and respectful in an effort to improve another person's decisions, effectiveness, productivity, or interactions with others.

Receiving Feedback

Considering feedback from others.


Using effective research strategies to not just gather any information but the best information.

Responding to Change

Quickly, positively, and smoothly transitioning in response to a known or unknown change.

Social Responsibility

Acting in ways that benefit, not detract from, the welfare of society and its members.


Identifying a central theme by integrating separate elements into one unified whole.