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Evaluating Competencies

Author : Thomas Grisso
ISBN : 9780306479229
Genre : Psychology
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This book offers a conceptual model for understanding the nature of legal competencies. The model is interpreted to assist mental health professionals in designing and performing assessments for legal competencies defined in criminal and civil law, and to guide research that will improve the practice of evaluations for legal competencies. A special feature is the book's evaluative review of specialized forensic assessment instruments for each of several legal competencies. Three-fourths of the 37 instruments reviewed in this second edition are new.

Evaluation Of Juveniles Competence To Stand Trial

Author : Ivan Kruh
ISBN : 9780195323078
Genre : Psychology
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Forensic mental health assessment (FMHA) has grown into a specialization informed by research and professional guidelines. This series presents up-to-date information on the most important and frequently conducted forms of FMHA. The 19 topical volumes address best approaches to practice for particular types of evaluation in the criminal, civil, and juvenile/family areas. Each volume contains a thorough discussion of the relevant legal and psychological concepts, followed by a step-by-stepdescription of the assessment process from preparing for the evaluation to writing the report and testifying in court. In making recommendations for best practice, authors consider empirical support, legal relevance, and consistency with ethical and professional standards. These volumes offer invaluable guidance for anyone involved in conducting or using forensic evaluations.

Evaluating Competency Based Performance

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ISBN : OCLC:227938743
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This paper describes part of an ongoing research program designed to integrate both objective and observer-provided data to develop comprehensive tools for assessing and diagnosing pilot performance in complex and dynamic training and rehearsal environments. The goal is to provide a probabilistic capability to assess pilot knowledge and skill competencies and to provide results to instructors for their use in the remediation of performance and the identification of "gaps" that remain. The development process and efforts to date are reported.

Evaluating The Impact Of Training

Author : Scott B. Parry
ISBN : 1562860631
Genre : Business & Economics
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Sharpen your expertise in applying different methods of evaluation to a variety of organizations and areas of training. This book's lessons guide you through every step and illustrates the process with real-life examples. Helpful tools and checklists explain how to win support from senior management, evaluate your instructional strengths, and more.

Competency Evaluation Tools For Case Management Professionals

Author : Karen Zander
ISBN : 9781601466525
Genre : Medical
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This essential toolkit for case management professionals focuses on real-world case management functions, providing compentency evaluation tools designed by experts in the field and best practices for those who develop performance appraisals, job descriptions, and sequence training.

Evaluating Trainer Effectiveness

Author : Mal Conway
ISBN : 9781562862695
Genre : Business & Economics
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This issue presents a model to evaluate the effectiveness of trainers. Inside you'll find the ASTD and IBSTPI competencies for instructors. It describes strategies for developing training skills such as certification, mentoring, and development plans, and explains how to improve trainers' credibility and recruit and select instructors.

Writing Dnp Clinical Case Narratives

Author : Janice Smolowitz, EdD, DNP
ISBN : 0826105319
Genre : Medical
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This portfolio presents intimate case study narratives, providing an in-depth account of DNP best practices for clinical practice. The book covers important topics such as the development of DNP clinical competencies, performance objectives, utilizing evidence-based practice, a DNP approach to adolescent care, caring for the chronically ill, mental health care, adult health care, and many more. The main purpose of this book is to provide DNP faculty and students with a reliable and detailed guide to use when implementing a format to document care provided. The case narratives presented in this book differ from the traditional case study format: students delineate all aspects of the decision-making process, identify the evidence that supports the decision, discuss the robustness of the evidence, analyze the effectiveness of the clinical decision, and critically reflect on the overall case. This detailed format captures the complexity and details of clinical practice. Key Features: Incorporates descriptive narratives that help readers understand the complex cognitive processes employed during the provision of care Presents information based on actual patient encounters that include the reasons for selecting the case, assessment, care provided, and outcomes Provides evidence for all decisions made in the portfolio, which is "leveled" according to the Oxford Centre for Evidence Based Medicine Concludes each case narrative with the DNP student's own reflection and analysis of how successfully each competency was fulfilled

Evaluating Juveniles Adjudicative Competence

Author : Thomas Grisso
ISBN : 1568870957
Genre : Law
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Evaluating The Predictive Validity Of The Global Competencies Inventory For Determining Global Leadership Outcomes

Author : Emily T. Le
ISBN : OCLC:953697034
Genre : Core competencies
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Due to trends in globalization, there has been an accelerated growth in the number of global organizations. This has caused the demand for global leaders to far exceed the number of qualified individuals, leading organizations to search for ways to identify individuals who will be successful global leaders. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the predictive value of one of the few validated tools for measuring global leadership, the Global Competencies Inventory (GCI). The sample consisted of 433 undergraduate and graduate students at a large public university, who were measured across three major global leadership dimensions. Correlations were analyzed for relationships between predictor variables and performance and behavioral outcomes. In order to test for moderation, linear and multiple hierarchical regression analyses were conducted. Self-management and relationship-management scores affected overall evaluations received by peers. Social desirability was negatively correlated with the overall score given by peers. Individuals with intercultural exposure though work experience scored higher in relationship-management, perception-management and overall global leadership competencies. The results of this study suggest that having a strong sense of self and good relationship skills, along with less of a desire to be viewed favorably by others, help individuals actively participate and contribute to situations that demand global leadership skills.

Evaluating Corporate Training Models And Issues

Author : Stephen M. Brown
ISBN : 9789401148504
Genre : Education
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We are glad to have the opportunity to work together again in the planning and preparation of this edited volume on the evaluation of corporate training. Our respective professional careers have provided us with experience in this area, both as practitioners and as academicians. It is from both of these perspectives that we approached the preparation of this volume. Our purpose is to provide training professionals in business and industry, and students of human resources development with an overview of current models and issues in educational evaluation. The book is organized around three themes: context, models, and issues. The chapters in the context section are intended to provide the reader with an understanding of the social, organizational, and interpersonal factors that provide background and give meaning to evaluation practice. The models section brings together contributions from some of the most influential thinkers and practitioners in the field. The chapters in this section provide perspective on the dominant themes and emergent trends from individuals who have been, and continue to be, the drivers of those trends. Contributions to the issues section highlight some pervasive themes as well as illuminate new areas of concern and interest that will affect how we assess learning interventions in the organizations of today and tomorrow.

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