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Performance Management Framework

To access the resources and information in this Performance Management Framework, please click on the relevant section on the diagram below.


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Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trusts vision is:

"To be recognised as a world-class hospital, leading the field through innovative healthcare solutions focused on the best outcome for our patients delivered in a safe, caring and inspiring environment."

Delivery of this vision depends on every member of staff:

  • Performing to the required standard of their role
  • Performing to the best of their ability and competence
  • Demonstrating Trust Values and expected standards of behaviour
  • Continuously developing to reach their full potential in their role and beyond.

The Trust, the employee’s line manager and the employee all have joint responsibility to ensure this happens.

The Trusts Performance Management Framework has been put in place to support the Trust's vision.

All aspects of an individuals performance and development are integrated within this Framework. These include:

  • Performance Review and Appraisal – A regular and meaningful appraisal.
  • Succession Planning – Identifying successors for critical posts.
  • Talent Management – Spotting talent and developing an internal talent pool.
  • Management and Leadership Development Framework- Increasing individual leadership capability.
  • Capability and Conduct Development – How to support and develop staff who are not performing to the required standard.
  • Total Reward – How are individuals rewarded and recognised?

To help develop your skills as a manager in relation to performance management, please read the NHS Employers People Performance Management Toolkit.



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