ERIC Number: EJ883520
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2010-Jun
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 37
Learning from Evaluation by Peer Team: A Case Study of a Family Counselling Organization
Muniute-Cobb, Eivina I.; Alfred, Mary V.
International Journal of Training and Development, v14 n2 p95-111 Jun 2010
This qualitative study explores how employees learn from Team Primacy Concept-based employee evaluation and how they use the feedback in performing their jobs. Team Primacy Concept-based evaluation is a type of multirater evaluation. The distinctive characteristic of such evaluation is its peer feedback component during which the employee's performance is discussed by peers in a face-to-face team setting. The study used Kolb's experiential learning model to describe the process by which employees learn from Team Primacy Concept-based employee evaluation and the ways in which they use the knowledge to improve their job performance. The study found eight major dimensions that highlight employee learning as a result of the employees' engagement in the process of Team Primacy Concept-based evaluation.
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Employees, Personnel Evaluation, Job Performance, Experiential Learning, Program Effectiveness, Case Studies, Teamwork, Evaluation Methods, Peer Evaluation, Improvement, Family Counseling, Organizational Development, Learning Activities
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative
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