Performance Management and Engagement
Engagement is the extent to which employees are committed to their organization’s goals and values, motivated to contribute to organizational success, and are able at the same time to enhance their own sense of well-being. To help support and build engagement, the university focuses its efforts on:
Performance management and having effective performance conversations – An ongoing, continuous process of communicating and clarifying job responsibilities, priorities, performance expectations, and development planning that optimize an individual’s performance and aligns with organizational strategic goals. You can find tools to help you in any performance conversation here.
If you are interested in implementing SuccesFactors in your school, division or department, please contact Anne Moore
Career development – How the organization structures the career progress of their members, and the individual’s process for identifying job opportunities within an organization’s structure, and the sequential steps in education, skills, and experience-building needed to attain specific career goals.
Leadership Competencies – Those measurable behaviors, characteristics, abilities and personality traits that identify successful employees against defined roles within an organization. We have identified courses help you develop these leadership competencies. We have also identified courses to help you develop the Hopkins core values.
Professional development – Process of establishing training goals and plans that link to individual goal attainment, career planning, and possible succession planning.
Diversity and Inclusion - Johns Hopkins Institutions’ commitment to cultivate awareness, mutual respect and understanding in a diverse work environment.
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