Manager Performance Evaluation Presented by: Irma Ramos Administrative Dean, Human Resources Linda Umbdenstock Administrative Dean, Planning December 7, 2005
Statement of Philosophy The Annual Performance Evaluation Procedure is designed to improve District services by: • Setting individual objectives and strategies. • Assessing the progress of the objectives and strategies. • Conducting a comprehensive evaluation of performance.
Manager’s Performance Evaluation Purpose • Recognize excellence. • Provide rational for evaluation decisions. • Identify performance areas needing improvement. • Identify areas of general management development training.
Manager’s Performance EvaluationIntroduction Who: All employees holding a manager/supervisor or administrative appointment will be evaluated by their immediate supervisor utilizing the new Evaluation Performance instrument. When: Evaluations will be completed on a calendar year basis. Annual evaluations must be submitted to Human Resources no later than: January 15
Manager’s Performance Evaluation Procedures Five Easy Steps! • Manager (evaluee) notification • Initial meeting • Supervisor (evaluator) preparation • Final meeting • Evaluation documents sent to HR
Step OneManager Notification • Supervisor schedules initial meeting. • Manager receives employee performance evaluation packet containing: • Performance evaluation procedures • Performance evaluation forms • Education Master Plan goals • Board of Trustee goals • Superintendent-President goals • Supervisor goals
Step TwoInitial Performance Evaluation Meeting Initial meeting agenda: Supervisor explains the process. • Supervisor provides an over-view of the District-wide goals (i.e. goals the employee received in the initial packet). • Supervisor charges manager with the task of developing objectives that align with District goals for upcoming year. • Supervisor and manager collaboratively discuss options for developing the manager’s Objectives Action Plan. Within two weeks of initial meeting: • Manager develops and returns the first draft of goals to the Supervisor.
Step ThreeSupervisor Final Meeting Preparations • Supervisor receives, reviews and (if needed) revises 1st draft of manager Objectives Action Plan. • Manager previously submitted within 2 weeks of initial meeting • Supervisor completes the performance evaluation for previous year which includes: • Three-part evaluation forms • Evaluation of manager’s previous year Objectives Action Plan • Manager’s proposed Objectives Action Plan for upcoming year • Supervisor schedules manager’s final performance evaluation meeting.
Step FourFinal Performance Evaluation Meeting • Supervisor and manager finalize manager’s objectives for next year. • Supervisor reviews/discusses manager’s performance evaluation for previous year. • Manager has opportunity to respond and/or comment in writing (within five days). • Supervisor and manager sign off on documents.
Step FiveFinal Performance Evaluation to HR • Signed final performance evaluation documents are submitted to Human Resources no later than… JANUARY 15
Manager’s Performance Evaluation THREE FORMS • Form A – Overall Performance & Criteria • Form B – Individual Performance Objectives Action Plan • Form C – Performance Summary PLUS • Form B prior year – Individual PerformanceObjectives Action Plan (Commencing with 2007 Performance Evaluation)
Sample Form A Probationary ___ Administrator ___ Permanent: ___ Manager/Supervisor ___ Name:________________________________ Date Due: January 15, 2006 Classification:__________________________ Review Period: _________to _________ Performance Evaluation Keys: O=Outstanding M=Meets Expectations NI=Needs Improvement U=Unsatisfactory NA/O=Not Applicable/Observed Performance Areas and Criteria Comments: • Other Performance Areas and Criteria • >Leadership >Learning Outcomes >Planning and Review • >Management >Decision Making
LBCCD Manager Performance Evaluation Performance Summary Considering both the performance goals outlined on the Goal/Objective Action Plan, and the competencies described in the Performance Evaluation Form, comment on the individual’s overall contribution. (Attach additional sheets if necessary.) Form C Sample Overall Performance Rating Effective – May include a professional Development Plan Needs Improvement – Must include a Professional Development Plan Unsatisfactory – Recommendation Attached (May include a professional Development Plan) Employee Comments (Optional) Signatures Acknowledgement __________________________________________ _______________ Employee Date __________________________________________ _______________ Supervisor Date
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Q: How do we incorporate the Form B (Individual Performance Objective Action Plan) into this year’s evaluation process? A. The 2006 Objective Action Plan will be developed for the 2006 Performance Evaluations. The next evaluation (due Jan 2007) will include both an evaluation of the previous year’s objectives and the development of the upcoming year’s objectives. Q Can the supervisor schedule and invite all managers to the initial meeting (explanation of process), or must the supervisor meet individually with each manager? A The Supervisor can structure the initial informational meeting in a manner that best fits the needs of that supervisor’s area, keeping in mind that the first draft of the individual manager’s objectives are a collaboration between the manager and supervisor. Q January 15 is a busy time for many supervisors and managers and may create a scheduling hardship. Is there any flexibility with the January 15 due date? A Performance Evaluations are due to Human Resources no later than January 15 of each year. To avoid January 15 time pressures, supervisors have the flexibility of completing evaluations a month or two prior to the due date.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Q. Do all my objectives have to reference the objectives of the college, Board of Trustee, etc.? A. No, some will be specific improvements to your area. Q. How many objectives are reasonable? A. There should be a few major ones with strategies that include sub tasks. There should not be a list of tasks. Q. What if I can’t accomplish my objectives due to another area (i.e. technology)? A. Objectives should be feasible and worked out with others involved – do not presume you are on another area’s priority list. Q. How does this relate to the goals in my Program Review? A. To the extent you have good, concrete goals, it should expedite yourstatement of objectives for the next year or so. Q. What happens if something else comes up mid-year that is a more important goal? A. If this should occur, you will need to discuss it with your supervisor. Objectives can be modified mid-year
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSContinued Q. How does a supervisor respond to the Performance Areas’ criteria (Form A) that are not applicable to the manager being evaluated? A. The rating of NA/O (not applicable/observed) is available for this purpose. Q.Are there guidelines available to help the supervisor and manager develop objectives? A . Yes, page two of the Procedural Information handouts provide guidelines and definitions to assist you in this process. Q. Will the forms be available on the Intranet? A. Yes, the forms will be available on the Human Resources website. Q. What Performance Evaluation Forms should be used to evaluate the Confidential Employees? Will the due date change from a fiscal to a calendar year as well? A. Confidential Employee Performance Evaluation Forms will not change. Supervisors will use the same forms from previously years. However, the due date will change to January 15. Q. Who should I contact for answers to additional questions or concerns? A. Irma Ramos, Administrative Dean, Human Resources.
For Further Information… Irma Ramos Administrative Dean, Human Resources Phone: X 4512 Email: email@example.com Thank you!