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Support: Dealing with Stress in the Workplace

Performance Review - Why Conduct and How [2.10.1c5]

A performance review system represents a unified approach to fulfilling an organization’s plan for change. Some individual performance review aims could include:
  • Assessing performance on the tasks and responsibilities that make up the individual’s job and work objectives;
  • Providing an opportunity for discussion and feedback on the job function, team/departmental affairs, and suggestions for improvement;
  • Setting performance targets, standards, and objectives that will be supported by an action plan;
  • Assessing personal strengths and weaknesses;
  • Assessing suitability for career progression;
  • Identifying developmental needs;
  • Preparing a personal development plan to improve skills, knowledge, and behaviors;
  • Receiving feedback on job performance and problem areas;
  • Engaging management support to help improve future performance, including values, behaviors, and competencies; and
  • Creating opportunities to overcome personal, team/departmental, and organizational shortcomings.

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