An evaluation of performance or progress towards a goal provided by a manager.
Managerial assessment process
A structured approach to evaluating the performance of managers.
Managerial input value
The value of feedback and guidance provided by a manager to support professional development.
A process for evaluating the performance of managers and providing feedback.
Manipulation checks/quality control measures
Procedures used to ensure that the variables being studied are accurately measured and controlled in research studies.
How a company or product is perceived by customers and competitors.
An approach to learning that emphasizes achieving a high level of proficiency in a specific skill or subject before moving on to the next level.
Goals that focus on developing expertise in a specific area.
A grading system that focuses on an individual’s progress towards mastery of a subject or skill.
The natural development and growth of an individual that can impact their learning and performance over time.
The degree to which a characteristic or attribute can be quantified or assessed.
Specific, quantifiable results that can be achieved.
Outcomes that can be quantitatively evaluated.
The process of quantifying or assessing a characteristic or attribute.
The frequency and timing of data collection for evaluation purposes.
Instruments or methods used to collect data.
The process of evaluating progress towards achieving a goal or objective.
The process of transferring information from short-term to long-term memory.
The ability to store and recall information.
Cognitive activities such as perception, memory, and problem-solving.
Mentoring and coaching programs
Programs designed to provide guidance and support to individuals seeking to improve their skills and abilities.
Awareness and understanding of one’s own thought processes.
The systematic and structured approach used to conduct an evaluation.
Quantitative data used to measure progress or success.
The process of measuring and analyzing data to track progress towards a goal.
Learning in small, bite-sized chunks.
Specific achievements or events that mark progress towards a larger goal.
The ongoing process of tracking progress towards achieving desired outcomes.
The driving force behind behavior.
Motivation sustainability factor
The ability to maintain motivation over time.
Strategies used to increase motivation.
The study of what drives behavior and how to increase motivation.
Feedback from multiple sources, such as peers, subordinates, and superiors, to provide a comprehensive evaluation.