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self-evaluation

n
the process or an instance of assessing oneself and weighing up one's achievements
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Ward said the reason she did not attend the meeting was because "I have not been shown respect during those board self-evaluations.
After receiving the circular, local governments and related departments should conduct comprehensive self-evaluations to find outstanding problems and weak links in implementing major policies, and propose effective, long-term corrective measures.
Considering the importance teachers' motivation concepts and limited studies on the variables, particularly in Malaysia context, it is expected to investigate the impact of core self-evaluations on intrinsic motivation level among secondary female school teachers with the existing WFC as mediator.
Changes in the self-evaluations of women who had a hysterectomy were examined before surgery, one week after surgery, and three months after surgery, and it was confirmed that a significant decrease occurred in the women's self-perceptions one week after surgery and three months after surgery.
Core self-evaluations are conceptualized as a broad personality construct that is constituted by self-esteem, locus of control, neuroticism, and general self-efficacy (Judge, Van Vianen, & De Pater, 2004).
Self-evaluations and their relatedness to academic achievement
This analysis was conducted to learn more about the potential impact of personality traits, core self-evaluations, and El on career decision-making difficulties.
Inspections will take full account of schools' self-evaluations, as well as other key data, in determining inspection activities," noted Jameela.
Jameela Al Muhairi, Chief of DSIB, said: 'This handbook is essential in guiding schools' self-evaluations and making sure they are focused on the quality of provision they provide.
Thus, this study investigated how graduate faculty-respondents assessed their habits of mind in relation to core self-evaluations and their views of teaching adults.
The purpose of this study is to develop and test a model that investigates core self-evaluations as a mediator in the relationship between coworker support and work engagement.