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Kirkpatrick's Levels of Evaluation

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How can a specific external factors influence the evaluation of performance in a workplace setting, such as current or previous setting?

In real-world situations, interventions seldom focus on one of Kirkpatrick's Levels of Evaluation. What is an example in which a set of interventions might use three or four levels to address a given performance gap?

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How can a specific external factors influence the evaluation of performance in a workplace setting, such as current or previous setting?

This is a good question! There are many external factors that influence the evaluation or performance in a workplace setting. For current setting, the organizational culture overall have huge impact. If the setting is a negative one where employees conduct themselves unprofessionally among each other and with customers or suppliers, then the negativity is going to reflect upon their performance. Just the opposite, if the current setting is positive and motivating, then employees are going to work up to their potential and promote a positive culture within the organization. "A positive tone can help employees be ...

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The Kirkpatrick's levels of evaluations are discussed. The specific external factors that influence the evaluation of performance in a workplace setting are determined.

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