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to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

Synonyms for appraise

evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of

consider in a comprehensive way

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Encourage your appraisee to talk about barriers to their performance and then attempt to tackle and resolve these together.
However other approaches may also be used so that "the evaluator" could be a panel of managers, an employee's peer, subordinate, customers or any person the appraisee interacts with.
It required the employees and their reporting officers to plan the performance of the appraisee in the beginning of the year, review it after six months with the superior and analyse the factors affecting the performance, discuss developmental needs, have performance counselling and share the rating with the appraisee.
Beyond the online module, Genpact continues the earlier system of an annual discussion between appraisee and his supervisor and then another discussion along with the supervisor's boss.
The dimension acceptability refers to whether appraisees accept the performance measure (De Cieri & Kramar 2005).
With improvement and development as guiding principles the appraisal process focuses on: results and behaviour, not personality; issues and problems, constructive development to improve performance; and the motivation and growth of the appraisee.
In a pre-meeting briefing inform the appraisee of the purpose of the appraisal and the structure that it will follow.
Appraisee proactivity: Interviewees emphasised the need for appraisees to be proactive in the PA process and this included, 'playing the game' to get ahead.
1) Pre-appraisal: Pre-appraisal consists of setting up the appraisal panel, clarifying the roles of members on the appraisal panel, and the appraisee completing the Personal Details and Professional Growth Plan forms.
Another frequent line of enquiry on appraisal process deals with the importance of appraisee participation level, both of itself and as a factor in perceptions of procedural justice.
First, some firms have decided not to avoid numerical performance ratings, because Chinese managers are unwilling to give their subordinates poor ratings, as that might lead to a loss of face for the appraisee and disrupt the superior-subordinate relationship.
For practical reasons, raters are not likely to be as familiar with an appraisee's teaching as the students or the appraisee.
So I sympathise with Nigel as appraiser, and Denise as appraisee.
In a more developmental- or collegiate-based system, the appraisee may have some freedom in the designation of an appraiser, confidentiality of documentation, with the latter playing no role in compensatory or disciplinary procedures.
Learning the reasons for such a mismatch can give an appraisee a better understanding of the requirements and expectations, as well as an opportunity for further development.