2 Performance Management Process Goal SettingDean’s levelUnit/Dept LevelPlanning Performance – Individual Goal settingDevelopment PlanningCoaching PerformanceReviewing PerformanceMid YearYear End
3 How do we measure performance? Performance ResultsWhat was produced/accomplished?Through Goal-settingDemonstrated CompetenciesHow was it produced/accomplished?Rating performance factors : Job Knowledge, Collaboration & Teamwork, Service Excellence, Communication, Continuous Improvement, Management & Development, Budget Management (new this year)
4 The Written Performance Appraisal Ask that the staff member complete and return both the Employee Self Evaluation Form and Individual Goals Progress Report.Employee Self Evaluation Form and Individual Goals Progress Report are being submitted to you via , with a copy to HR, this year.When completing the Performance Appraisal Form focus on the responsibilities of the job as expressed in the job description. Be as objective as possible.Indicate rating for each individual Performance Factor (Scale 1-4)Calculate Overall Rating based on ratings for Performance Factors and Unit and Individual Goals (both are evenly weighted, 50/50).Please ensure that your overall comments are responsive to the Employee Self Evaluation Form and Individual Goals Progress Report, as well as the performance factors.Rating Definitions4 = Outstanding – Regularly exceeds objectives, performing at anexceptional level. Requires little direction and coaching from manager.Meets and exceeds expectations as related to unit and individual goals.3 = Solid - Generally performs satisfactorily. Achieves expectations, whichmeet the department’s high standards of performance. Meets all or mostexpectations related to unit and individual goals.2 = Needs Improvement – Occasionally does not meet objectives. Needs tofurther develop competencies or skills required for the position. Requiresa lot of direction and coaching from the manager. Meets some unit andindividual goals.1 = Not Acceptable – Regularly fails to meet objectives. Job performance isbelow acceptable standard. Deficiencies must be corrected and betterperformance attained in the future. Is not meeting unit and individual goals.
5 More on the Overall Rating Unit and Individual Goal Performance Ratingon a scale of 1 - 4Performance Factor RatingAverage rating for 5 – 7 performance factorsCalculate the officer’s overall rating.Example:Goal Performance Rating = 3.5Performance Factor Average Rating = 3.3Overall Rating = 3.4
6 The Written Performance Appraisal Seek the approval of your Dean or Director responsible for your area. Incorporate any changes he or she may suggest.A draft of all of the completed forms must be ed to Human Resources and your respective Dean or Director for review prior to meeting with the employee.Make an appointment with the staff member whose performance you will be reviewing. Allow ample time and ensure that you will not be interrupted.Done via this year. Not asking for sign-off on a hard-copy of reviewed to HR in advance to review for inconsistencies, rating calculation errors, bell curve, recency effect, discriminatory language (e.g. veteran employee. Mention of loa’s)
7 Preparing for the Performance Review Meeting Manager’s Role:Ask the direct report to prepareGather information on performance/ ensure supporting information on performance is availableComplete the performance appraisalappraisal to next level manager & HR for approvalPlan your approach to the discussionSchedule the meetingProvide written evaluation to employeeEmployee’s Role:Prepare thorough overview of performance by completing self-report portion of the performance appraisal (Goal Progress Report & Self Evaluation)Ensure supporting information on performance has been made availableProvide feedback to your supervisorWork with supervisor in establishing development plan
8 At the performance review meeting Discuss your evaluation of the staff member’s performance over the last year and a development plan for the upcoming year.Discuss the status of goals set for the current year and have a discussion regarding goals for the upcoming year.Dean’s have already established school level goals for FY – 11If you need a copy ask me or your respective dean
9 Delivering the Written Performance Review the completed appraisal to the staff member prior to your performance meeting or immediately afterwards, with a copy to HR and your respective dean.It is recommended that you save the document as a read-only file before forwarding to the employee.You can do this by visiting the Tools menu, clicking options, clicking Security and selecting Read-only recommended check-box orby sending to your employee as a read only PDF file. One way this can be done is via using the scan and send function of any of our copy machines located throughout the building.
10 Employee FeedbackEmployees may add comments and/or their overall reaction to the evaluation via an to their supervisor, with a copy to HR for their file.Be sure to set a deadline by which they should submit this feedback.
11 Final Thoughts: A Performance Review should answer the following questions for the employee? How did my manager rate my overall performance?How did my manager determine the overall rating?What were my performance strengths during this performance year?What areas do I need to improve/develop further?What are the next steps for developing my knowledge and skills?How did I perform against my goals?What are the gaps between my perception of my performance and my manager’s perception?In summary…
12 Performance Calendar Upcoming Dates: May 14th – Self Evaluations and Individual Goal Progress Reports due to Supervisors viaMay 28th – Performance Appraisals dueJune – Performance Review Meetings Held