Annual performance review with doctoral candidates
Support for annual performance reviews with doctoral candidates
As a supervisor of doctoral degrees you are expected to guide your doctoral candidates and have regular meetings to discuss their research with them. It therefore makes sense to have individual performance review meetings at least once a year. The main aim of annual performance review meetings is to draw up a list of which objectives each of you have with regard to working and dealing with each other.
Working together like this allows you to
- increase work satisfaction
- incorporate the ideas, expert knowledge and experience of your staff more effectively into planning
- obtain feedback on your own conduct
- work more effectively
- evaluate results more effectively.
Preparing and conducting annual performance reviews
The Graduate Centre is happy to support you by
- putting together the necessary documents
- advising you on how meetings should be held
- participating in individual meetings if so required
- giving feedback after the meeting.
Qualification seminars for doctoral candidates
During the meeting, you are sure to identify some skills and competencies which you both agree the doctoral candidate can work on. Together, you should decide which and how many seminars the doctoral candidate should attend. FAU offers qualification seminars and workshops on a range of different topics via various platforms. Please contact the relevant office if you have any queries or to book a place.
Documents for annual performance reviews
Documents for annual reviews with other target groups
Human Resources can help you plan and conduct annual reviews. You can use the documents provided by Human Resources for a wide target group. We recommend using the specific ‘Documents for annual performance review with doctoral candidates’ for annual performance reviews with doctoral candidates.