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FAOorientation

Orientation intro
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Derek Wheeler

on 17 May 2010

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Transcript of FAOorientation

YOUR STAFF DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES AT FAO QUESTIONS ANSWERS Q1. Who is responsible for
staff development at FAO? It's a Partnership The Organization provides the framework/opportunity Your division manager & divisional training focal point assist in the process You, the staff member work in unison THE ROLE OF THE SDB/CSHT PLANNING –
TIED WITH PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
EVALUATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
(PEMS) CONSULTANCY SERVICES/
ADVICE TO MANAGERS/STAFF DEVELOPMENT AND DELIVERY
OF KEY PRIORITY PROGRAMMES Q2. Who is your training
focal point? If you don't know, FIND OUT STAFF DEVELOPMENT NEEDS PLANNING PROCESS SDB consults
as regards priority
staff development needs Reviews key organizational needs/priorities Provisions of key programmes If there isn’t one,
BRING THIS TO
THE ATTENTION
OF YOUR
SUPERVISOR FROM WHAT PERSPECTIVE CAN
STAFF DEVELOPMENT BE VIEWED? Orientation of
(new) staff to
(new) responsibilities Annual workplan Performance of current responsibilities New development in the field of expertise New procedures, systems and technology Expansion of responsibilities Preparation for transfer or promotion Q3. What are FAO’s core functions to consider when addressing staff development? Advocating and communicating
FAO's messages Enhancing inter-disciplinarity and innovation Broadening partnerships and alliances Promoting technology transfer and building capacity Leveraging resources for FAO and its Members Providing policy and strategy advice Developing international instruments, norms and statistics Monitoring and assessing medium and long-term trends and perspectives Provision to divisions:
1.35% of staff costs Q4. How is staff development funded at FAO? Central budget Immediate Plan of Action
(IPA) Q5. What are your staff
development options?
Internal External ANYQUESTIONS? WE LOOK FORWARD TO
SEEING YOU IN
OUR PROGRAMMES.

GOOD LUCK AT FAO!
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