Assessment Manage personal Work Priority and Professional Development.docx

An effective performance management process enables

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An effective performance management process enables managers to evaluate and measure individual and team performance and to optimise performance and productivity. 10) Carefulness: This is what we can say think before acting. This helps with reducing the chance for costly errors, as well as keeping a steady workflow going. Cooperation: It is the willingness to cooperate in a working environment with your colleagues or work mates . 11) Communicate regularly and effectively within, and across, teams Encourage inclusive participation and eliminate discrimination Consider the thoughts and expectations of others Support and develop staff to optimise talent Champion a positive approach to change and opportunity Deliver positive outcomes Work in a planned and managed way
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12) A career development plan is totally different from a performance appraisal. Performance appraisals focus on your supervisor?s perception of your contributions and your developmental needs over the course of the past six months to a year. A career development plan is future-focused and details what you as an employee would like to learn and contribute. A word of caution here, career development plans are not created in a vacuum. It is essential for employees to take into account departmental and organizational needs, objectives and goals when creating their career plans. Personal and professional growth are important factors for keeping your career moving in a direction with which you are satisfied. Prior to setting up a meeting to discuss your plan with your manager or supervisor you will want to engage in self-assessment so that you will be able to clearly define and articulate your goals and developmental needs. 13) Put just before Content editable region Purpose of an Operational Plan It is important to understand the difference between an "operational plan" and a "strategic plan". The strategic plan is about setting a direction for the organisation, devising goals and objectives and identifying a range of strategies to pursue so that the organisation might achieve its goals. The strategic plan is a general guide for the management of the organisation according to the priorities and goals of stakeholders. The strategic plan DOES NOT stipulate the day-to-day tasks and activities involved in running the organisation. On the other hand the Operational Plan DOES present highly detailed information specifically to direct people to perform the day-to-day tasks required in the running the organisation. Organisation management and staff should frequently refer to the operational plan in carrying out their everyday work. The Operational Plan provides the what, who, when and how much: what - the strategies and tasks that must be undertaken who - the persons who have responsibility of each of the strategies/tasks when - the timelines in which strategies/tasks must be completed how much - the amount of financial resources provided to complete each strategy/task
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14) a. providing career pathways for our staff to optimise their performance and
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