Margaret Adams is a former college manager who is today a Career Success Specialist helping professionals, especially those in the education world, to achieve more success in their careers. One of the most important services The Adams Consultancy Limited offers is that of creating valuable online content to be used on LinkedIn for clients. She is also the author of more than a dozen books.
The question is relevant today. Many people in #FE have had their work disrupted recently. I don’t think I can remember a time when GCSEs or A levels and other public exams were cancelled or postponed – as they have been this year.
In recent weeks life in #FE organisations – and in a lot of other organisations – has changed. It’s almost as if the world has been turned upside down. You can probably think of quite a few things that have definitely changed or which are changing around you.
Are #FE appraisals any use or are they a waste of time, both for the person conducting the appraisal and for the person being appraised? Whatever you think at the moment, here are four things to consider, if you can, before your next appraisal takes place.
The question is worth considering. These days people use the term “social media” to mean lots of different things. They also use the term differently to how it was used fifteen, or even five, years ago. Some FE organisations value their social media presence. Others are less interested. Here are some issues to consider.