4I1 Improving Current Processes
and Systems for Valuing People
The performance-based evaluation process is a primary tool for identifying and improving training and development needs. The process includes the evaluation of employees’ performance, not just related to position responsibilities, but also to areas of commitment to the mission and values of the organization; participation, and service to the campus and community; and development through ongoing goals and objectives, which provide employees with opportunities to grow and develop and to become part of the campus community.
An anticipated outcome of the joint development of goals and objectives will be employees who approach positions with greater ownership and supervisors who will empower employees to take on greater responsibility.
Faculty has traditionally participated in goal setting and annual reviews. Extensive documentation exists at the level of departments, colleges, and the institution that demonstrates the continued emphasis upon quality teaching and learning.