Through your discussions with the candidate, you should be able to determine what the candidate does to clarify expectations, how the candidate checks or monitors results, and whether or not the candidate gives regular performance feedback. But the manner in which the leader executes this process is critical. Use the interview process to determine how the candidate engages the employee in the performance-management system. Organizations with effective performance-management processes create a culture of dialogue.
Brain morphology is in constant change from the very beginning of the neurodevelopment in human beings. The characterization of the brain morphology and its biological implications on a specific subject is a complex task which requires efficient computational approaches. Radiology has traditionally assessed the main brain changes in different alterations from a macroscopic point of view, thus, not considering subtle changes as a results of neuronal plasticity.
Responsibility charting clarifies what is required to manage activities or decisions. It helps reduce ambiguity, wasted energy, and adverse emotional reactions between individuals or teams who work interdependently.
More specifically, we must further examine
health beliefs, and food beliefs and
practices that have symbolic or traditional
importance to determine how knowledge,
beliefs and attitudes translate into eating
behaviour in older adults, especially at
advanced ages. More research is needed to
clarify the relative contribution of income,
ethnic background and other personal predictors
of healthy eating – self-control,
emotions, resistance to change, time constraints,
lack of knowledge – and environmental
factors governing food availability