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appraise

v. to professionally evaluate the value of property including real estate, jewelry, antique furniture, securities, or in certain cases the loss of value (or cost of replacement) due to damage. This may be necessary in determining the value of the estate of someone who has died, particularly when the items must be divided among the beneficiaries, to determine the value of assets for insurance coverage, to divide partnership assets, set a sales price, determine taxes, or make insurance claims. (See: appraiser)

appraise

verb appreciate, assess, balance, calculate, compare, conjecture, consider, diagnose, differentiate, distinguish, estimate, evaluate, excise, fathom, gauge, judge, measure, opine, ponder, price, rank, rate, reckon, size up, sort out, sound, sum up, survey, take stock, value, weigh
Associated concepts: appraise value of property, criminal record, misconduct
See also: assess, calculate, charge, consider, criticize, diagnose, estimate, evaluate, examine, excise, gauge, judge, measure, opine, ponder, rate, survey
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However, trying to achieve both goals simultaneously can create conflicts in the evaluator and appraisee.
However other approaches may also be used so that "the evaluator" could be a panel of managers, an employee's peer, subordinate, customers or any person the appraisee interacts with.
Appraisers can provide correct ratings to their appraisees but spread incorrect rumors about the ratings.
Formal performance appraisals are often followed by an appraisal meeting between the rater and the appraisee.
Consider whether to hold development sessions in which appraisees can offer support to each other.
360 degree feedback (or appraisal) involves appraisal by those above, below, and to the side of the appraisee and incorporates self-assessment.
In a pre-meeting briefing inform the appraisee of the purpose of the appraisal and the structure that it will follow.
inform the appraisee of work to prepare in advance, such as identifying strengths and achievements, or weaknesses and failures, over the past year
With improvement and development as guiding principles the appraisal process focuses on: results and behaviour, not personality; issues and problems, constructive development to improve performance; and the motivation and growth of the appraisee.
With improvement and development as guiding principles the appraisal process focuses on: results and behaviour, not personality; issues and problems, not subjective gripes; constructive development to improve performance; and the motivation and growth of the appraisee.
The appraisal process focuses on behaviours and outcomes, not personality; issues and problems, not subjective gripes; constructive development to improve motivation, and growth and performance of the appraisee.