The Leader is often a Supervisor/Team Leader or Head of Department who will lead, model and guide the members of the team through the PGiA process. The Leader is:
Clear about the strategic directions of the school/directorate/team and the need for aligned collective as well as individual improvement goals.
Knowledgeable about the purpose of PGiA and the purpose of the roles within the framework.
Provides open, constructive, objective and timely feedback to PGiA individuals.
Actively listens and asks questions in PGiA professional conversations.
Ensures alignment of individual PGiA goals with school/directorate/team/unit/system goals and that the goals are achievable.
Considers requests for formal and informal professional development in line with 70:20:10 and approve at discretion.
Enable opportunities for formal and informal learning to support the Individual achieving goals in line with 70:20:10.
Connects new staff members with a PGiA peer as part of their Onboarding process.
Initiates and leads PGiA meetings with Individuals.
Works collaboratively with the Senior Leader to;
approve the goals and strategies for growth in Performance Growth Plans.
reviews the outcomes of the goals and strategies to identify with the individual improvements in performance/growth in role.