AFD-070607-086

AFD-070607-086 - HQ AIR RESERVE PERSONNEL CENTER...

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Unformatted text preview: HQ AIR RESERVE PERSONNEL CENTER EPR/OPR/PRF WRITING GUIDE 1 JUNE 2008 2 SECTION TOPIC PAGE A Quick Reference T h e B a s i c s 3 Prohibited Statements 6 C o m m o n E r r o r s 7 B Enlisted Performance Reports Fundamentals 8 W r i t i n g T i p s 8- 9 Performance Feedback 9-10 Samples of EPR Comments 10-12 C Officer Performance Reports Fundamentals 13 W r i t i n g T i p s 1 3- 1 4 Veiled Promotion Statements 14-15 Performance Feedback 15 S a m p l e s o f O P R C o m m e n t s 1 6 D Promotion Recommendation Form Fundamentals 17 W r i t i n g T i p s 1 7 Samples of PRF Comments 18 E Reference Material A c t i o n V e r b s 1 9 V i v i d D e s c r i p t i o n s 1 9 H e l p f u l A d j e c t i v e s 2 Common Acronyms 20-21 3 SECTION A Use Section A as your Quick Reference Guide to answer the basic questions before you begin and as a Checklist Reference when proofreading your reports prior to submission. Please read the rest of the guide for greater detail. THE BASICS - Know when your personnel require performance reports-- don’t wait on the Report Shell to kick out -- it’s your responsibility -- your CSS will remind you, but ultimately, it’s up to you as the supervisor to know when your personnel’s reports are due - Review the Report Shell THOROUGHLY-- there’s a ton of information on it - Review the ratee’s previous performance reports-- make sure you know the person you’re rating! The AFI requires that you review the PIF (when maintained) BEFORE the report is written - Gather input from the ratee in advance , but don’t expect him/her to write the report for you -- keep notes throughout the rating period to refresh your memory when it’s time to write - Know when the ratee completed their last Fitness Assessment and what they scored – ensure member has tested (within last 12 months) or make sure they test prior to evaluation closing out - Take the time to familiarize yourself with AFI 36-2406 and MPFMs 07-44 (EPRs)/07-45 (OPRs)-- a large percentage of what is sent back wouldn’t have to be sent back if someone had just checked these references - Review Air Force and, when applicable, Command Enlisted Stratification and Senior Rater Endorsement policies – policies change so make sure you review the latest changes - Some statements are prohibited in performance reports-- don’t use them (see page 6) - Use the correct AF Form -- simple, yet surprisingly, often overlooked AB through TSgt AF FORM 910, latest version MSgt through CMSgt AF FORM 911, latest version Lt through Colonel AF FORM 707 - Take the time you need to write a quality report-- MAKE THIS A PRIORITY! - Don’t wait until the last minute and never use the excuse, “I didn’t get the Shell” - Write for impact-- the performance report is a permanent record…make it count!...
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2012 for the course AERO ST 130B taught by Professor Claudiadenton during the Winter '11 term at UCLA.

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