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Performance Management Process

For Reviews 2013-2014

Video Training for the Performance Management Process

Classified Employee Training Sessions

WHR049 Employee Performance Review System
SessionDateLocationTime
no sessions scheduled currently

Supervisor Training Sessions

WHR090 Performance Management Process
SessionDateLocationTime
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
SessionDateLocationTime
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 learning-develop-hr@ksu.edu. 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.