DPR AC - Reviewee workshop
DPR is the acronym for Development and Performance Review and it's something that all employees have to face in most organisations.
This workshop was Run by the Learning and Development Team of Coventry University.
On the 27th of July 2012 from 09:30 am - 12:30 pm at the TechoCentre, room: CC2.1
The session was run by Anna Chapman, HR Learning and Development Adviser.
As this is going to be my first DPR at Coventry University, I thought it might be useful to understand the key areas to consider in completing my DPR form. I have been evaluated before but I guess each organisation has it's own unique way to review the performance of their employees.
I was not disappointed and learnt that my objective would need to be SMART:
•A: Achievable (and Agreed)
•R: Relevant (or Resourced, or Realistic!)
There were some examples of not so "SMART" objectives. However, I would have liked some good examples of good objectives.
I also found out that if we get an "Outstanding" in the DPR, we get to jump 2 levels on the payscale - a really good motivation.
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