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What is an Appraisal? The annual Appraisal is a confidential two-way d

Appraisal DateThis form has been produced as a guide and to assist you in preparation You will find it helpful during the appraisal discussion and you should give a copy to your appraising manager pri

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What is an Appraisal? The annual Appraisal is a confidential two-way d






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What is an Appraisal? The annual Appraisal is a confidential two-way discussion between you and your Line Manager. It is your opportunity to formally review your performance over the past year and agree objectives and development for the future. Appraisals take place in February each year with a 6 month review in If you joined the organisation after 1 October your appraisal will take place 6 months on from date of commencement. If you join after December your appraisal takes place the following year. Why do we have Appraisals? The Appraisal is an opportunity to gain feedback and recognition for your work, enabling you and your Manager to focus on your individual It helps you to align your role with HDCs goals for the coming year and How does it work?(KPAs) with your Manager. These are the priority areas of your job, and your performance will be measured, on the achievement of these. Appraisal DateThis form has been produced as a guide and to assist you in preparation You will find it helpful during the appraisal discussion and you should give a copy to your appraising manager prior to the appraisal and keep a copy Ask yourself the following questions: up to date? Y/N Do you have a current job description? Y/N Do you have up to date Key Performance Areas? Y/N Have you carried out the action agreed What have you accomplished over and above the minimum requirements of your job in the period under review? 8. What parts of your job do you do less well? 9.Note down any difficulties you have in carrying out your work. Were there any obstacles outside your own control which prevented you from 10. Have you any skills, aptitudes or knowledge which are not fully utilised If so, how could they be incorporated of the Council? 11. Can you suggest any training and development that would help to improve your performance in your current role(Can include courses, secondments, shadowing, reading, workshops, working parties, research, What Key Performance Areas and Pe