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Kansas State University

Performance Management Process

For Reviews 2013-2014

Video Training for the Performance Management Process

Classified Employee Training Sessions

WHR049 Employee Performance Review System
no sessions scheduled currently

Supervisor Training Sessions

WHR090 Performance Management Process
Session 56 - part of Supervisory TrainingFebruary 18, 2014Edwards Hall, Commons, Manhattan8:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
Session 57 - part of Supervisory TrainingJune 17, 2014Edwards Hall, Commons, Manhattan1:00-2:30 p.m.
Session 59March 4, 2014Union 227, Manhattan8:30-9:30 a.m.
Session 60March 6, 2014Edwards Hall, Commons, Manhattan1:30-2:30 p.m.
Session 65 - part of Supervisory TrainingOctober 21, 2014Edwards Hall, Commons, Manhattan8:30-9:45 a.m.
WHR094 Performance Management Process Review
Follow-up to Supervisor's Training
No sessions scheduled currently

Register via HRIS Employee Self Service (Path: Employee Self Service > Training and Development > KSU Training Enrollment)
Instructions: KSU Training Enrollment

After registering on-line for this course, your enrollment will be confirmed via an e-mail.

Note: Registration may also be completed by contacting Training at Please include your name, department, employee ID number, course title and course date. Your enrollment will be confirmed by an e-mail response to the sender.

This information session will assist supervisors to:

  • Understand the supervisor's role in the Performance Management Process.
  • Set objectives with employees and discuss, individually, how they can contribute toward the success of the unit/department/college/university.
  • Understand how the competency based approach will apply to each employee.
  • Conduct mid-review discussion with employees.
  • Assess employees' performance against the objectives and competencies.
  • Conduct annual performance review discussions with employees.

The Performance Management Process is designed to maintain mutual respect between the supervisor and employee and to add value to their day-to-day communication about performance and development issues.