Employee Performance and Development Summary:
List your most significant accomplishments or contributions since last year. How do these achievements align with the objectives/standards outlined in your previous review and the overall School goals?
Since the last review, have you successfully performed any new tasks or additional duties outside the scope of your regular responsibilities as outlined in your job description? If so, please specify.
What activities have you initiated, or actively participated in, in an effort to encourage camaraderie and teamwork within your group and/or office? What was the result?
To which of the following factors would you attribute your professional development since last year: seminars/classes (specify if self-directed or required by your supervisor), onsite training, peer training, management coaching or mentoring, on-the-job experience, better exposure to challenging projects, other -- please describe.
What are some opportunities for improvement (personally and organizationally)?
6. Name any other individuals, besides your current supervisor, who you feel could provide input towards your review.
Examples of Objectives:
Professional Development Objectives focus on the employee’s career growth. Examples include: on-the-job training, self-study programs (i.e., books or web-based training) or external opportunities such as taking job-related courses, serving on committees, membership in professional organizations, etc.
Performance Objectives are intended to help employees improve personal aspects of their performance or behavior/conduct. Examples of task oriented Performance objectives are improving computer proficiency, time management or writing skills. Or the employee can focus on correcting behavioral problems that negatively impact group morale, job performance or job satisfaction. Examples of such goals are developing conflict resolution or stress reduction...
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