Psychological Management of Individual Performance

Psychological Management of Individual Performance

Editor(s): Sabine Sonnentag

Published Online: 28 JAN 2005

Print ISBN: 9780471877264

Online ISBN: 9780470013410

DOI: 10.1002/0470013419

Series Editor(s): Peter Herriot

About this Book

Psychological Management of Individual Performance is a unique combination of contributions from an academic and a practitioner for each topic.

Leading international authors come together in this integrative and comprehensive handbook, to combine academic research findings and to provide detailed practice-relevant information, on subjects such as performance concepts, work design, cognitive ability and personality as predictors of performance, performance appraisal and potential analysis, goal setting, training, mentoring, reward systems, strategic HRM as well as broader issues such as well-being and organizational culture.

This Handbook is a valuable resource for researchers, academics and advanced students in psychology and related fields; as well as consultants, practitioners and professionals in HR, who want to contribute to the enhancement and maintenance of high individual performance.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Performance: Concept, Theory, and Predictors

  2. Part II: Assessing Performance

  3. Part III: Enhancing Performance

    1. Chapter 10

      The High Performance Cycle: Standing the Test of Time (pages 199–228)

      Prof. Dr Gary P. Latham, Prof. Dr Edwin A. Locke and Neil E. Fassina

    2. Chapter 17

      Practice Chapter—Performance Measurement and Pay for Performance (pages 349–370)

      Dr Harrie F. J. M. van Tuijl, Dr Ad Kleingeld, Prof. Dr Jen A. Algera and Mariëlle L. Rutten

  4. Part IV: Ensuring Performance in a Wider Context

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