As a team member, your role is to work with your team leader to:
You will work with your team leader to implement the Developing Performance process. Your team leader will facilitate each of the four phases, identifying the most useful tools and resources applicable to you.
Your team leader will facilitate conversations with you to:
The Department recognises the key role you play in facilitating the Developing Performance process. To support you to work with the employees in your team, a range of tools and resources are available to:
It aims to build your job satisfaction in a supportive work environment where your contribution is recognised and your continued learning is valued.
Successful Performance Development Systems motivate employees to perform beyond expectations
A well designed Performance Development System motivates employees by providing them with challenging but achievable goals, management support for goal achievement, an understanding of the importance of their work and opportunities for career development. These are all recognised as very powerful motivators of human behaviour.
Kerry Feldman, 2009, Change and Perform
They are more satisfied with their work.
They have an opportunity to talk to their team leader about the challenges they face.
Their team leader knows what work to recognise them for and how they like to be recognised.
Help them plan and prepare for their career aspirations.
Opportunity to think about what capability development they need and to discuss it with their team leader.
Contribution to the school or organisation is clearly identified.
Clearer understanding of role and what is expected.
This page was last reviewed on 11 Apr 2012