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The Brookes’ Performance and Development Review (PDR) consists of an annual PDR with a
reviewer (from April to July each year) and is normally supported by regular
1:1 meetings throughout the year.
Its purpose is to enable you to be effective in
your job and fulfil your personal, professional and career development ambitions
- for your benefit and the benefit of Brookes within a context of continuous
Your annual PDR involves completing an annual PDR
form and having a meeting with your reviewer – to review your achievements
against your work-related and developmental objectives during the past year and
agree your work-related and developmental objectives for the coming year.
At regular 1:1 meetings, you can discuss your work,
progress with your work-related and developmental objectives (updating them as
appropriate), challenges you are facing and how you might overcome them,
feedback received and any other relevant issues.
Your work-related and developmental objectives
should be aligned to faculty or directorate objectives and should be SMART
(specific, measurable, agreed, realistic/relevant and time-bound). To
facilitate this, senior teams will communicate faculty and directorate
objectives and any other relevant information (e.g. vision, mission and
strategy, department/team values or department/team plans) to staff before or
during the annual PDR round – with regular updates on progress at team briefings
throughout the following academic year.
If you are research-active, please reference your Personal Research Plan (PRP) in your PDR and attach a copy of your Personal Research Plan to your PDR.
Annual PDRs should be considered for Associate
Lecturers (ALs) with a significant teaching commitment which impacts on the