Grow and Perform
To learn more about how you, your team, or your organization can participate in Grow and Perform at Stanford, please contact Talent Management and Workforce Strategy.
Grow and Perform at Stanford (GPS) focuses on the value of ongoing, quality dialogue between a manager and employee to promote continual growth, development, alignment and enable individual and organizational performance success.
Information, tools and resources to help guide and prepare you through the annual GPS performance management cycle.Learn More about Performance
My team’s performance
Information and resources specific to a manager’s role in the GPS cycle and guiding their teams through the process.Learn More about Team Performance
The GPS program is anchored in the growth mindset and embeds continuous improvement and growth language throughout three phases of performance management (Goal Setting, Check-Ins and Annual Review) to shift the performance conversation from a look back on what was or was not accomplished, to what is possible.
3 performance management phases
Phase 1: Goal Setting
Setting goals and competencies is a collaborative approach between an employee and their manager that results in clear, concrete and connected expectations to foster a partnership for a successful performance year.
Phase 2: Check-Ins
Two-way, open and frequent conversations between an employee and their manager help continue their partnership for success and provide opportunities to revisit priorities and calibrate goals.
Phase 3: Annual Review
Debriefing the performance year is an opportunity to summarize achievements against goals, responsibilities and competencies, celebrate successes and chart a tangible path forward based on accountability and growth.