Niveau de performance en anglais

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Level performance definitions
1 Poor performance In a compared classification, these managers are low classified as their contribution is inconsistent to their position. The accomplishment of themain missions is not satisfactory. The quality and/or the respect of the deadlines are regularly in question. These managers require an important assistance and a special attention from their hierarchy.In the majority of the cases, they are not assigned to the adequate position unless they are able to improve significantly their results. 2 Average performance In a compared classification, theperformances of these managers are lower than those of the majority of their counterparts. Their contribution are lower than those expected in their position. They need an increased assistance andsupervision They did not improve their results and competences when the bar line goes up They only react vis-avis a problem instead of anticipating it. They give results but must be frequently monitored 3Good performance 4 Very good performance In a compared classification, these managers give significant results, have technical and management skills and show overall ability for the change andimprovement. They exceed their objectives in terms of times, quality and competences on the main objectives. They require little or not monitoring. These people are clearly recognized in the company likemodels. 5 Excellent perforformance In a compared classification, these managers give exceptional results, have technical and excellement mangement skills and continuously prove their ability for the changeand the improvement. Their results exceed expectations of their position. Personal commitment for a high level of performance is obvious. They take initiative to identify the difficult objectives andset out solutions for optimum results. These people are clearly recognized as the driving forces in the company.
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In a compared classification, these managers respect or regularly exceed their...
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