P4G training workshops for Reviewers and Reviewees are delivered by our training partner Flow Group, during April, May, and June. The training for P4G Cycle 2024-2025 is now available to book via InfoHub Booking Center.
Training for Reviewees
As you prepare for your P4G conversation, you can access 2 training options:
- e-Learning P4G Module for Reviewees: This 30 minute eLearning module outlines the P4G process and explains how to use the online system. Guidance on how to prepare for your P4G conversation is also covered This module is available on (opens in a new window)Brightspace.
- Reviewee Workshop: This 90 minute workshop involves practical exercises focussing on the elements of your P4G meeting including Reflection on Achievements & Challenges, Objective Setting and Development Planning. There is also a focus on receiving feedback against previous objectives and development plans. Book your place in Reviewee Workshop here.
In addition, Reviewees may also access (opens in a new window)LinkedIn Learning to further prepare for P4G conversations.
There are many resources available with guidance on how to approach your conversation which are available (opens in a new window)here.
Training for Reviewers
For Reviewers, the training will build on a coaching approach to quality conversations. It looks at how to create the best environment for a positive conversation; reflection and feedback, objective setting and optimal development plans using the (opens in a new window)70:20:10 Model.
Reviewers can access the training below depending on whether they are a first time Reviewer or if they have previously attended Reviewer training and would like to build their skill level:
- Training for First Time Reviewers: This training is mandatory for any Reviewer who has been assigned a Reviewee for the first time. This 2 hour and 45 minute session focuses on skills and mindset necessary as a Reviewer.
- P4G Refresher: Prepare for your P4G conversations: Take 90 minutes to refresh and enhance your P4G reviewer skills. This training is optional and is aimed at those who have already conducted a P4G conversation in the past. This session will refresh your understanding of P4G - process, skills & mindset and provide an opportunity to share your experience and learn from peers. This skills session will focus on building your expertise to have more meaningful and impactful conversations providing the best possible experience for your Reviewees.
In addition, Reviewers will also find tailored training resources through (opens in a new window)LinkedIn Learning that has been developed.
There are many resources available with guidance on how to approach the role of Reviewer and these can be accessed (opens in a new window)here.