Performance Evaluation of Chaplains in the United States Navy.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CALIF
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An attempt is made to identify primary criteria with which to evaluate the performance of chaplains serving on active duty in the United States Navy. A review of performance evaluation is presented in which the earliest developments are discussed and compared with the changes which have been made in the Fitness Report over the years. A research study was conducted using the critical incident techniques to gather data on effective and ineffective task behavior of chaplains. From an analysis and classification of the data a listing of primary criteria was developed from which rating scales for the evaluation of chaplains may be developed. Author
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations