Performance Management Training Course
Thank you for participating in the Performance Management training course pilot and evaluation.
Note: this pilot training course is reserved for select University employees who have agreed to participate in its evaluation. For more information, please contact Scott Palmer at x1-9729 or email@example.com.
Enrolled learners: please complete the pre-survey prior to beginning any training modules.
2. Online Modules
Note: please do not begin the online modules until you have completed the pre-survey above.
|Getting Started||Start here. This introduction to the course will let you know what to expect. Time: 3 minutes.||Begin Introduction|
|Module One: Notre Dame’s Core Values||Notre Dame’s core values are the basic principles behind everything we do, so they’re a good place to start. Time: approx. 9 minutes.||Begin Module One|
|Module Two: Performance Areas||A complete performance review measures your performance in three areas: your Goals, your Development Plan, and the University Values. Time: approx. 8 minutes.||Begin Module Two|
|Module Three: Ratings, Comments, and Feedback||A performance review consists of three types of input: ratings, written comments, and oral feedback. Time: approx. 9 minutes.||Begin Module Three|
|Module Four: The Performance Management Cycle||The Performance Management process is an annual cycle with a beginning, a middle, and an end. Learn what to do during each step, and when to get input from your manager. Time: approx. 9 minutes.||Begin Module Four|
|Module Five: Endeavor||Endeavor is the online system that you and your manager will use to capture all of the elements of your performance review.||Update: Module 5 will be presented at a later date|
3. Classroom Sessions
The classroom session on Goal-setting is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 15 at 1:00 p.m. in the Grace Hall Lower Level Training Room.
Training pilot participants: after completing the online modules and/or goal-setting class, please complete this post-survey (login with ND netID may be required).