Performance and Development Review
- Our staff have highlighted in staff surveys that managing performance is a key area we need to improve.
- Managing performance includes recognising and rewarding excellence, as well as dealing with underperformance.
- Leaders need specific skills to do this effectively and in a way that aligns with the University’s culture.
|Entry||Intermediate ||Advanced |
|Addresses performance issues by finding out the facts and causes and talking to the individual about what is required to improve performance
||Looks at ways of improving the performance of others
||Reviews at a strategic level the ability of the university to manage performance effectively, comparing it with other organisations and recommend improvements
|Has an awareness and understanding of HR processes (e.g. capability, discipline and reward)
||Monitors the performance of the team against others, as appropriate, to ensure performance is maximised
||Acts as a role model for performance management by rewarding appropriately and dealing with underperformance effectively
|Has regular reviews (e.g. PDRs and 1–1s) with individuals to set and review goals and targets
||Identifies the competencies, skills and knowledge required within the team to help achieve the university's goals
||Seeks feedback about performance challenges from across the university to address and improve working practices
|Acknowledges good performance and rewards excellence
||Updates the team on how the school/department is performing and emphasises how their contribution is valued by the university
||contributes to the setting of university policies and procedures to allow managers and leaders to monitor performance and manage it successfully
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