School to School Collaboration
October 13, 2017
The Primary Principles of Good Performance Appraisal
A good performance appraisal process is underpinned by the following key principles:
It should be productive for more than just the appraisal process – it must be part of the bigger picture.
It must be clear and transparent so that everyone knows what they should be doing and why they are doing it.
It has to be consistent in terms of process and procedure, but flexible enough to cater for individual roles and responsibilities.
It should promote objectivity by making possible fair and equitable discussions which make all the stakeholders in the process feel confident.
It needs to be scalable so that it has the capacity to grow and flex with the development of the school.
It must be ‘future proof’. Evidence put into the process today must automatically carry forward and be presented in context so that the work put in does not become redundant.
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