Developing and sustaining a performance-based, results-driven government workforce is the result of setting realistic goals, defining performance measurements, and articulating clear expectations for results. Measurement and evaluation are not separate; performance information to lead, learn and leverage improves outcomes by being complementary. These policies and programs are a win-win for employees and their managers. This panel will reveal how innovation, combined with strong execution based on data-driven efforts, can improve the performance of federal agencies and programs.
How to link employee performance to an agency’s mission and performance goals
How to make meaningful distinctions between levels of performance
Best practices in creating clearly defined expectations and benchmarks