The University has adopted a PDR scheme in order to provide every reviewee with the opportunity to:
- Take time out to discuss their role and development, career aspirations and appropriate support required
- Review how their development has supported their contribution and impact
- Discuss their achievements and contributions
- Connect individual goals and aspirations for the coming year to the aims of the department and the wider University
- Have a record of the conversation and a personal development plan
The sections below highlight key aspects of the PDR process and resources to help you prepare and get the most out of the process.
|Your responsibilities: consider your input in the process in advance of a PDR meeting. [link to pdf on responsibilities and process flowchart]||PDR Conversation Techniques: guidance on listening and handling difficult conversations to enable an effective conversation|
|Goals and objectives: guidance on drafting this core element of the PDR process, including thr SMART model||What is a development need? Understanding and planning your development needs|
|A short Moodle course is available, introducing the key elements of PDR for reviewees.|| PDR top tips: a short animated video highlighting the key points about PDR.
These top tips are also available as a pdf
|LDC workshops - add specifics if running||Self-Directed Learning Guides - Influencing|
|SB vidoes??||Careers Information for Staff: a resource page to support your broader career development considerations|
Add a separate table, different colour, to set out resources for p&g online, with links to SF and the different resources