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Performance Management

Performance management is a process, the goal of which is to improve employee performance and ultimately, to improve the organization.

Performance management involves both the employee and the supervisor working on an ongoing basis to achieve pre-established performance goals and expectations.

It includes activities such as communicating expectations, observing employee performance and giving feedback, and helping employees build on current strengths and develop needed skills.

Performance Evaluation is one aspect of the feedback process. Formal Performance Evaluation is documented through the use of the Performance Management module of Tarleton Connection.

Listed to the right are some of the key links associated with Performance Management. Please contact the HRTD office if you have any questions regarding the Performance Management and Performance Evaluation processes.

User Guide and Training

User Guide

An overview of the performance management process and step-by-step instruction:

Tarleton Connection User Guide to Performance Management

Managing Performance Seminar

The Office of General Council conducted a Managing Performance seminar for Tarleton State University. The seminar has been divided into three parts for your convenience:

  • Performance Evaluations discusses the regulatory and legal aspects of conducting performance evaluations(~30 minutes)
  • Discipline covers the practical and legal aspects of implementing System Policy 32.02, Discipline and Dismissal of Employees (~42 minutes)
  • Employment Law summarizes the important laws associated with employer rights and responsibilities, including application of the laws for supervisors (~30 minutes)