Appraisal

It’s not always easy to take a step back and think about how your job is going, time should be put aside to monitor and improve job performance and set objectives. This can be done either through 1-1s, appraisals or career conversations.

At the very least you should have an appraisal once every 12 months, but preferably every couple of months you should sit down with your line manager and discuss your performance and make a plan for your future development. All staff should receive an appraisal including those on permanent, temporary and bank contracts as well as staff seconded into the organisation.

These kinds of conversations can contribute to your successes in a role and help to maximise your potential as ideas about career development, including training and support needs, can be put forward. These conversations can also be used to gain practical support in developing a career path and improving job satisfaction..

The appraisal policy and documentation can be accessed following the link below. There Bitesize Learning module below has been created in order to assist you to get the most out of your appraisal conversation.

If you are a member of staff on a Medical and Dental contract please select your staff group below for the documents related to Medical and Dental Appraisal and Revalidation.

For information on completing an appraisal as a manager please see the Managing My Team section.

 

 

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