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Understand what performance self-assessment is and how to do it

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Its main objective is to improve the company's performance through improvements in employee performance. In order to structure a performance evaluation and achieve the desired results, it is necessary to know the main steps of this process and, in particular, the existing bifurcations.

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Feedback, the more the better!

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Feedback is the process in which one person helps another to develop through their own perceptions (whether positive or negative). Fact: the more feedback is exchanged between team members within an organization, the better the individual results (and as a consequence the company's results).

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Individual Development Plan

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Also known as an Personal Development Plan, it is a strategy that will help the company and the leaders monitor the development of a professional's competencies.

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Leadership: check out complete content about the theme!

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Leadership: a position that has a great impact on organizations. For this reason, it is essential that companies seek strategies that contribute to the improvement of their professionals, besides offering inputs so that leaders can get closer to their men and women leaders, as well as contribute to the development of the whole team.

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What is organizational culture?

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Organizational culture is the way people behave in a company, based on their values (personal and collective), rituals, artifacts, incentives, role models, and stories. The organization's values determine its examples, its rituals, its incentives, and its artifacts. These, in turn, determine and reinforce the behaviors of its members.

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