B.E.S.T.- Basic Essentials of Supervision Training, Session 7: Competency-based Performance Management Process

Tuesday, July 25 2017 @ 09:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Walther Hall (R3) ,303/305

Audience: Staff


Effective Performance Management is an ongoing process that begins during the initial hiring process and continues throughout the year with goal setting, mid-year review, performance evaluation, recognition, and assessment of potential. The School of Medicine’s Competency-based Performance Management process allows employees to receive feedback not only on ‘what’ they have accomplished (i.e., performance goals), but also ‘how’ the work was performed. Assessments are done on the core competencies defined by the School and supervisors customize additional feedback based on competencies related to the job family of the position (administrative, IT, Health, etc.) Multi-source 360 degree feedback can also be incorporated in this process.

Please view the webinar (not available yet) before the in-class workshop, scheduled for Tuesday, July 25, 2017, from 9-11 a.m. in Rooms 303 & 305 in the R3 Building. During the in-class workshop, participants will review the information covered in the webinar and will discuss case studies.


The webinar content is hosted on Canvas. Within two business days after you sign up for this course, you will receive an invitation to join the Canvas site for BEST so that you can view the webinars. Please accept the invitation!

Webinar and workshop facilitators are:

Neelam Chand – Department of Medicine

Ray Kliewer, School of Medicine

Theresa Martin, School of Medicine






This event is sponsored by the IU School of Medicine Human Resources . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at 317-278-5730 or by email at mmabius@iu.edu.