Appraising the Appraiser: Extension Agents' and County Directors' Perceptions of Their Appraisers
The research reported here describes Extension agent and county director perceptions of the roles and behaviors of their appraisers (relative to performance appraisal). A survey measured satisfaction with appraiser performance. The population was all Extension agents and county directors employed by the University of Tennessee and Tennessee State University (N=312). Overall, Extension agents were satisfied with the roles and behaviors of their appraisers (county directors), and county directors were equally satisfied with their appraisers (regional directors). Respondents viewed their appraiser's performance in conducting the appraisal with positive judgment, fairness, and trust. The major recommendation is instruction for all appraisers.
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Donaldson, J. L. (2014). Appraising the Appraiser: Extension Agents' and County Directors' Perceptions of Their Appraisers. The Journal of Extension, 52(2), Article 3. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol52/iss2/3