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Expertise rate
(Noun) The concept of expertise is a combination of subjective and objective items. Although it is often domain-specific, the way someone is perceived as an expert has common charateristics. Dr. Marie-Line Germain (Germain, 2006) developed a measure of perception of employee expertise called the Generalized Expertise Measure (GEM). She has found that there is a behavioral dimension found in "experts", in addition to the dimensions suggested by Swanson and Holton (2001). The 16-item scale contains objective expertise items and subjective expertise items. Objective items (the first 5 items of the measure below) were named Evidence-Based items. Subjective items (the remaining 11 items from the measure below) were named Self-Enhancement items because of their behavioral component.
Usage: This manager is perceived as an expert in his field.

expertise rate
(Verb) ability
expertise rate
relevant experience

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