The resources below have been put together to introduce experienced reviewers to new developments in the PDR process at Warwick and provide useful refresher information on key elements.
PDR gives reviewers the opportunity to:
- Spend time with individuals to discuss their roles, development, achievements and contributions
- Recognise achievements, contributions and review the impact of development through constructive conversations
- Prioritise and plan development needs for the individual and the department
- Ensure that their teams and reports understand agreed goals and aspirations that collectively contribute to the aims of the department and the wider University
- Hear feedback and generate suggestions for enhancing the work of the individual, team or the department
|Additional responsibilities of a HoD: a useful reminder, including the completion of a departmental summary of development needs to send to LDC||Video learning resources: a range of online videos are available to help colleagues consider how to address specific difficult conversations, including PDR discussions|
|A short Moodle course : introducing the key elements of PDR for reviewers and skills to support successful conversations:
a useful refresher, including process details new for 2018
|Frequently Asked Questions: a webpage has been developed to provide responses to FAQs, which may be updated throughout the year|
|Goal ratings: details on capturing a rating against individual goals is being encouraged for colleagues in Professional Services and CCSg in 2018||How to ... Complete a Personal Development Review (PDR): download the revised, comprehensive guide for 2018|
Details on how to complete the new online PDR form will be available here shortly for colleagues in Professional Services and CCSG who will be using the new facility.