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PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL AND POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY 1Performance Appraisal and Positive PsychologyJohn CrippenPsychology 302Dr. Patricia AddessoApril 15 , 2015
PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL AND POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY 2I worked in forensics for 13 years and had pretty extensive reviews performed once a year as well as my competencies being under constant observation due to the nature of my work. The objectiveportion of my evaluation was in the form of a Behaviorally Anchored Scale which included overall quality of work, work habits, relationships with other people, initiative, commitment to the organization, ability to analyze situations, leadership, and other management practices. It was a simple three point scale with one being need for improvement to three, which meant exceeds expectations (Youssef, C. and Noon, A., 2012). Each of these sections was elaborated on in a narrative form to add a subjective element and more detail to the report. Also addressed in the evaluation was the current standing of my license as well as whether or not I kept up with all of my annual training. All certifications and up to date training were listed in the in this part of the evaluation. A second narrative was included in the evaluation. This narrative consisted of task specific competencies and were each weighted on a percentage scale of the value for each different skill set. The narrative was a little different because it also included input from various