The Friday Funny: The effect of evaluative feedback on performance

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We are sure that most evaluators have muttered some choice evaluative terms at a photocopier that refuses to perform according to expectations.

But some of you may not be aware that these utterings – even if they occur silently inside your mind – actually affect the performance of the photocopier.

This

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“Genuine evaluation” snippets from across the globe

What does the term “genuine evaluation” mean to the rest of the planet, including those who don’t identify as “evaluators”?

We’ve collated a few snippets from our Google Alerts file to give a picture that is sometimes humorous, sometimes actually very insightful. Of particular interest as we refine our thinking are the similar themes in

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