Ten top tips to ensure a successful SRDS Review - Reviewee
Ensure you know who your reviewer is. Your Head of Department will determine the reviewer/reviewee pairings.
Schedule some time to reflect on your contribution in the last 12 months.
Consider how your role fits in with the team/department objectives for the next 12 months.
If you don’t what your departmental objectives are, find out.
Provide your SRDS form to your reviewer at least one week in advance of your review meeting.
The SRDS review is an opportunity to have an open and honest discussion and to seek feedback from your reviewer on your progress.
Take the opportunity to discuss your career development, if you wish to.
Ensure that you and your reviewer have covered all the areas you wanted to.
Read through the feedback provided by your reviewer, and ensure you have kept a record of the actions you need to take.
Consider having a mid-year review. This will give you and your reviewer a chance to keep track of your progress against the agreed objectives, and to check the agreed objectives are still appropriate.