Turn assessments into actionable coaching for students and faculty
Help strengthen communication between students and faculty, increase collaboration across departments, and build self-awareness. Cloverleaf’s Automated Coaching™ delivers coaching tips to calendars, email, or messaging apps.
THE BROKEN STANDARD OF ASSESSMENTS: HIGH COST, LOW IMPACT
On average, it costs $30-100 per person to take a one-time assessment, only to receive static results that are forgotten after their initial debrief.
Although assessments can unlock strengths and increase self-awareness for students and faculty, the standard assessment model is broken, costly, and forgettable. With no real ROI, it’s difficult to prove value and the model is not scalable.
CLOVERLEAF: THE ULTIMATE TOOL FOR ENHANCED COLLABORATION
Cloverleaf provides ongoing coaching, making it easy for users to realize true value.
MAXIMIZING INDIVIDUAL STRENGTHS
The Benefits of Cloverleaf's Aggregated Assessments and Actionable Tips
With Cloverleaf, data from up to 10 assessments is aggregated into one dashboard. These insights become actionable tips delivered across calendars, email inboxes, and messaging apps, helping to encourage ongoing interaction, group cohesion, and self-improvement for students and faculty.
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We combine the data from 10 popular motivational, behavioral, and personality assessments to create a profile on individual users on a team. These profiles help provide actionable and insightful coaching prompts that are delivered in workplace tools you love, like Google, Workspace, Outlook, Microsoft Teams, Slack, and calendar integrations.
Automated Coaching™ delivers relevant insight and prompting in the workplace tools people use every day. Individuals can directly apply this perspective to increase emotional intelligence, strengthen communication, identify opportunities for collaboration, and work through conflict successfully with teammates.
Yes! Cloverleaf isn’t just for students. Faculty and staff members can also use Cloverleaf across departments and teams to help improve collaboration and communication.
Our higher education package includes access to all 10 assessments – Enneagram, 16 Types, DISC, Energy Rhythm, Instinctive Drives, Motivating Values, Strengthscope, VIA, and Culture Pulse.
Yes. We offer support for the REN-ISAC HECVAT vendor assessment and we are also SOC2 Type 1 certified.
Universities can use Cloverleaf in a variety of different ways. Your HR department could use the tool to help build team cohesion across faculty and staff members, College of Business programs can Cloverleaf to help facilitate group projects for faculty/staff, and Honors programs can leverage the tool to help with leadership development and management courses. There’s no limit to the ways that universities can use Cloverleaf.
In short, the answer is yes. While “AI” is a broad term encompassing various technologies, it’s crucial to clarify what we at Cloverleaf mean when we say “AI.” We define AI as the use of software algorithms that function and evolve based on training data, which updates the weights of a model. This differs from non-AI software that operates on explicit rules written in code. Like many tech companies, Cloverleaf integrates both rule-based algorithms and weight-based models to enhance our product. As new technology and techniques emerge, we rigorously study their potential and constraints, and strategically incorporate these advancements to further our ultimate mission: “Unleash people to do their best work.”
We’re always working to improve our product which means adding AI features when and where it makes sense. Here’s a list of the current Cloverleaf features that leverage AI. We’ll keep updating this list when we add new things.
Insight Search: Insight search is powered in part by a text embedding model. Text embedding is the process of transforming words or phrases into numerical vectors that represent their semantic meaning. It allows us to connect your free text searches with the most relevant Cloverleaf coaching tips. We make sure your searches are private by removing any personal information, like names. We look at these searches to see where we can make things better, but we don’t use them to train our AI.
Tip Generation: Right now, the tips you see on Cloverleaf are rooted in research and written by real people who work for Cloverleaf. As AI technology improves, we’re using large language models (LLMs) to help with things like checking spelling and grammar. We’re also using it to improve our tip quality and tone at scale. We’ve made an intentional decision in our approach to ensure that 1) generative AI does not use any customer data and 2) any content modified by AI tools is truthful and rooted in research.