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Professional development and performance management at UIC is competency-based. Professional Development Programs are designed to provide employees with opportunities to build skills and acquire knowledge in three competency categories: 1) Core; 2) Technical; and 3) Management. The UIC Competency Model is aligned with UIC values, including Core Competencies for all employees, and Management Competencies for supervisors, managers, and executives. Technical Competencies are associated with job categories/families.
The Employee Performance Development process aligns competency development with performance management through confirming job expectations and reviewing progress towards achieving competency-based goals throughout the year.
As a world-class university, UIC seeks to hire the best talent and provide resources for continuous professional development. To confirm job expectations and become a high performer in the workplace partner with the unit manager starting from the first day of employment at UIC.
There is no better place than UIC to grow professionally. A wealth of learning and development opportunities exist to support continuous professional development.
Excel at work by developing a strong understanding of management's expectations and how your role is related to the success of the department.
Develop professional competencies at UIC by partnering with your manager to develop a structured learning agenda.
Build upon current skills by accessing professional development opportunities on the UIC Human Resources website.
The Employee Performance Review (EPR) Process is intended for all UIC employees. It is a year-round process intended to assist managers in their effort to help employees perform in their jobs more effectively. EPR is competency-based and development focused.
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