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Talent Development Plans

Frequently Asked Questions

Development activities can include training programs, committee work, conference presentations or attendance, or related activities that maintain, develop or broaden employee skills relevant to their current position and/or their career path or to their role in service to the work unit or the broader University community.

Yes. Each employee must have at least one development goal each performance cycle. The supervisor determines with each employee the appropriate development goal(s) for the cycle.

Note: Supervisors are expected to set development goals to address performance deficiencies for employees who received any rating of Not Meeting Expectations on their last performance appraisal.

The following is a list (not comprehensive) of available learning opportunities for you and your employees:

On Campus/At Home Learning:

Off Campus Learning: