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PALF Performance Accountability Learning Framework. AGM Competency Framework Based on UK Model – Integrated Competency Framework IT based system – currently being developed

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PALFPerformance Accountability Learning Framework

AGSI Autumn Seminar - Nov 2011


  • AGM

  • Competency Framework

  • Based on UK Model – Integrated Competency Framework

  • IT based system – currently being developed

  • Role holder puts on system evidence of competency achieved and does this for all competencies in advance of formal meeting

  • Supervisor checks this and verifies/rejects same

  • All competencies are discussed, strengths highlighted weakness recognised and action plans put in place

  • Applies to all

  • Appeals process

AGSI Autumn Seminar - Nov 2011


How it works

AGSI Autumn Seminar - Nov 2011


What supervisors will be expected to do

  • Clarifying performance expectations

  • Monitoring and assessing performance of all individuals

  • Giving effective feedback

  • Correcting performance shortfalls

  • Developing people to their full potential

  • Engage in team review

  • Subjects oneself to the same process with own first line supervisor.

AGSI Autumn Seminar - Nov 2011


Concerns

Adoption of a model from elsewhere

Over emphasis on informal training and development

Coaching/Mentoring

Administrative workload

Time for process

Fiscal climate ignored

Stand alone process

Lack of formal training

Does not address motivation

Lack of sanctions for non performance

Senior Management buy in

Compensation

AGSI Autumn Seminar - Nov 2011


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