Peer nomination A technique of appraising the performance of coworkers by nominating them for member

Peer nomination A technique of appraising the performance of coworkers by nominating them for member

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1. Peer nomination A technique of appraising the performance of coworkers by nominating them for membership in a group. 2. Peer ranking A technique of appraising the performance of coworkers by ranking them on a dimension of their job behavior. 3. Peer rating A technique of appraising the performance of coworkers by rating them on a dimension of their job behavior. 4. Person perception A theory that how we evaluate other people in various contexts is related to how we acquire, process, and categorize information. 5. Rater motivation A concept that refers to organizationally induced pressures that compel raters to evaluate ratees positively. 6. Rater training The process of educating raters to make more accurate assessments of performance, typically
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Unformatted text preview: by reducing the frequency of halo, leniency, and central-tendency errors. 7. Schema A cognitive approach to processing information that results in making sense of events and actions that in turn influence how decisions are made on the basis of that information. 8. Self-assessment A technique of performance appraisal in which individuals assess their own behavior. 9. Behavioral approach to leadership A conception that leadership is best understood in terms of the actions taken by an individual in the conduct of leading a group. 10. Charismatic leadership A conception that leadership is the product of charisma, a trait that inspires confidence in others to support the ideas and beliefs of an individual who possesses this trait...
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