PerformanceThe execution of a task or function.Performance AppraisalA human resource management system designed to provide performance feedback and recommendations for performance improvement. Performance
daily actions and mental models an individuals employs in striving for goal attainment.Performance Coaching A
coaching style that deals with facilitatinglearning and developmentto enhance peoples' thoughts and actions to generate positive behavioral
change resulting in improved personal effectiveness in some role or capacity.Performance GapThe difference
between on organization's current actual performance level and its target or desired level of performance.Performance GoalAn
action-oriented, doing goal focusing on the accomplish of a specific task or outcome, as opposed to the attainment
personal growth (developmental goal).Performance ManagementA
systematic process for managing people to achieve a consistently high level of job performance.Performance
process consisting of the inplementation of developmental initiatives for acieving improvement in the results achieved
individual, team or organization.Personality The totality
of an individual's distinguishing behavioral, emotional and intellectual characteristics.
Coaching activities with an
individual client focusing on personal issues.
Motivation arising from an individual's unobservable internal desires for the satisfaction and fulfillment
of specific needs (see needs theory). Personal Performance InputAn element or factor existing within within a worker that has an impact on an individual's performance
A management discipline which focuses on the conscious determination of future actions intended to achieve
Plan of ActionA detailed,
written plan for goal accomplishment consisting of goal descriptions, action steps, target completiondates
along with potential obstacles to achievement and actions for overcoming them.
An established plan that is required to be followed in executing specific decisions
A learningprocess in which a behavior is followed by a reinforcing stimulus which serves to increase the frequency of the behavior.
usually-written, plan for the execution of some activity—often composed of specified methods or processes—designed to achieve a uniform approach to compliance with applicable policies or directives.Process An organized
series of progressive actions, operations or functions implemented to achieve a specific outcome. ProficiencyThe execution
of a task or function in accordance with accepted standards of accuracy, completeness, effectiveness and
efficiency.Psychology The science
that deals with the impact of the powers, functions and operations of the human mind on behavior.