FIRST REPORTING OFFICERS
PM Roles and Responsibilities
Managers at the United Nations are responsible for leading teams that contribute to the Organization's mandates. The range of managerial functions is vast, as are the locations and sizes of the teams they oversee. All managers, however, must have strong interpersonal skills in order to be effective and they must follow our performance management process.
We refer to managers as First Reporting Officers or FROs and to their superiors as Second Reporting Officers or SROs.
See the main roles and responsibilities for FROs below.
Provide ongoing feedback
Provide guidance on professional development
Fulfill staff member role
Guidance and tips
Recommended Video: Performance Review Foundations
Some of the Topics Covered
- Setting goals with employees
- Gathering feedback on performance
- Writing the review
- Delivering the review
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Make performance reviews more useful and motivating and less stressful for both you and your employees. In this course, Todd Dewett, PhD, shows managers how to conduct effective performance reviews, explaining how to set appropriate goals, gather feedback, write the formal review and conduct effective meetings with employees. He also shows how to build performance review activities into your management style so that the review is no longer a once-yearly conversation.
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