When people hear the words performance management, the annual review may be their first thought. However, an effective performance management process involves much more than just the annual review.
These meetings include:
- 1st Meeting: Goal Setting and Development Planning – During the first meeting, the employee and supervisor will mutually develop goals that align directly with the goals of the department, school and university. A development plan that supports goal completion will also be developed and agreed upon.
- 2nd Meeting: Mid-year Checkpoint – During the second meeting, the employee and supervisor will discuss the employee’s progress toward goal completion and any support that may be needed.
- 3rd Meeting: Annual Review – During the third meeting, the employee and supervisor will discuss overall performance and goals and development plan outcomes.
For additional information contact
Anne Moore, Senior Organization Effectiveness Consultant
Organization Development and Effectiveness
1101 East 33rd Street, Suite A100
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
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