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									University of California Performance Management for Managers and Senior Professionals & Professional Staff (Non-Supervisory)
Employee’s Name: Performance Year: Employee’s Office: Time in Position:

1. SELF-ASSESSMENT OF TOP GOALS AND ACCOMPLISHMENT: Each employee will prepare a selfassessment regarding the top 3 or 4 value added accomplishments and contributions over this review period (e.g., goals accomplished, problems solved, value added program changes). Goals and accomplishments:

2. COMPETENCY AND ACHIEVEMENT: Assess the employee’s accomplishments and contributions as they relate to the following competencies.

1. Productivity/Performance -- Reflects the accuracy, volume, and timely manner in which work is performed based on department goals and objectives; Ability to determine priorities and maximize efficiency. Accuracy: Produces work that is error free or minimizes errors to an identified acceptable level
Exceptional Performance Above Expectations Performance Performance Meets Expectations Improvement Needed Performance Unsatisfactory Performance

Volume: Produces the designed amount of work based on department priorities.
Exceptional Performance Above Expectations Performance Performance Meets Expectations Improvement Needed Performance Unsatisfactory Performance

Timeliness: Produces work that meets identified deadlines.
Exceptional Performance Above Expectations Performance Performance Meets Expectations Improvement Needed Performance Unsatisfactory Performance

Self-Management: Sets own priorities, completes work on schedule and utilizes resources available to maximize efficiency.
Exceptional Performance Above Expectations Performance Performance Meets Expectations Improvement Needed Performance Unsatisfactory Performance

Productivity/Performance (Continued) Problem Solving: Identifies problems and involves others in seeking solutions; conducts appropriate analyses searching for best solutions; responds quickly to new challenges.
Exceptional Performance Above Expectations Performance Performance Meets Expectations Improvement Needed Performance Unsatisfactory Performance

Decision making/Judgment: Makes clear, consistent, transparent decisions; acts with integrity in all decision making; bases decisions and actions on sound reasoning with careful consideration given to outcomes in support of organizational goals and priorities.
Exceptional Performance Above Expectations Performance Performance Meets Expectations Improvement Needed Performance Unsatisfactory Performance

Professional/Technical Knowledge: Possesses knowledge of the relevant professional/technical field and applies it to job responsibilities; Seeks new technical/professional knowledge to remains current on professional/technical developments in relevant areas of expertise.
Exceptional Performance Above Expectations Performance Performance Meets Expectations Improvement Needed Performance Unsatisfactory Performance

2. Collaboration and Communication -- Proactively establishes effective relationships with employees, customers, and others; understands needs of these individuals and shares information/knowledge to meet department objectives; clearly expresses ideas, orally and in writing, demonstrates skill in listening and interacting with others in a helpful and informative manner.
Exceptional Performance Above Expectations Performance Performance Meets Expectations Improvement Needed Performance Unsatisfactory Performance

3. Teamwork -- Works cooperatively on projects/activities by enhancing and contributing to group efforts; invites reciprocal cooperation from others and reliably carries out shared commitments; is considered a valued team member by other members of work group, committee, or task force.
Exceptional Performance Above Expectations Performance Performance Meets Expectations Improvement Needed Performance Unsatisfactory Performance

4. Initiative/Innovation -- Demonstrates initiative, resourcefulness and creative thinking to solve problems. Shows a willingness to develop or learn new concepts and/or processes to complete work in a more efficient and/or cost saving manger.
Exceptional Performance Above Expectations Performance Performance Meets Expectations Improvement Needed Performance Unsatisfactory Performance

5. Resource Management and Financial Budget -- Efficiently utilizes available University resources (operational, financial, and human), in a manner that supports System-wide objectives and initiatives.
Exceptional Performance Above Expectations Performance Performance Meets Expectations Improvement Needed Performance Unsatisfactory Performance

6. Diversity -- Demonstrates an active and engaged commitment to diversity. Works to maintain a climate that welcomes, honors and promotes respect for diversity of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, ancestry, marital status, age, sexual orientation, citizenship, or status as a covered veteran in the University.
Exceptional Performance Above Expectations Performance Performance Meets Expectations Improvement Needed Performance Unsatisfactory Performance

7. Customer/Client Service -- Establishes and maintains good working relationships with both external and internal customers by understanding and responding promptly and courteously to customer/client needs and expectations.
Exceptional Performance Above Expectations Performance Performance Meets Expectations Improvement Needed Performance Unsatisfactory Performance

8. Health and Safety -- Observes and practices safe working behaviors. Promptly reports accidents, injuries, close calls, unsafe practices, unsafe conditions, threatening behaviors, and emergencies to supervisor or appropriate university office.
Exceptional Performance Above Expectations Performance Performance Meets Expectations Improvement Needed Performance Unsatisfactory Performance

9. Principles of Community -- Commitment to maintaining an environment that supports diversity

mutual respect, cooperation, professionalism, and fairness. Practices and integrates these basic principles in all interaction.
Exceptional Performance Above Expectations Performance Performance Meets Expectations Improvement Needed Performance Unsatisfactory Performance

Comments on performance:

Overall Appraisal Rating: Exceptional Performance - is significant overachievement of expectations. Above Expectations Performance - is often beyond expectations. Performance Meets Expectations - consistently fulfills expectations. Improvement Needed Performance - is inconsistent performance, with expectations only partially achieved. Deficiencies should be addressed in the performance appraisal. Unsatisfactory Performance - is the failure to achieve the majority of expectations. Deficiencies should be specifically addressed in the performance appraisal. 3. FUTURE GOALS: Identify goals for the upcoming review period. Next year’s goals:

Development goal: Each employee should have one major development goal. A good development goal is reasonable given employee workload and includes specific activities and dates.

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