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The world in which we work is constantly evolving and growing. That's why it is vital to our business' long-term success to give you the opportunity to learn and grow with us. To help ensure this, Dialogue KPMG's web-based global performance management process gives all partners and employees a common framework to define goals, monitor progress and recognize and reward performance. It helps us to identify and deploy our talent effectively to service our clients, meet business challenges and fulfill our people's career aspirations.
Dialogue encourages development and matches the career aspirations and talent of our people with our business needs. It fosters an environment of ongoing communication between individuals and performance managers, helping to ensure everyone meets their goals and maximizes our potential as individuals and as a firm.
The process starts with KPMG as a whole establishing its global business objectives and strategy for the year.
In discussion with your performance manager, you set your own business and personal development goals, which reflect both the firm's and your business unit's objectives, as well as your own career aspirations.
During the course of the year, when you complete an engagement/project, you will receive feedback to help you identify both progress in your development, and the areas in which you want to focus your future development.
Interim Performance Review
At mid-year, you and your performance manager meet formally for an Interim Review focused on progress toward the business goals you set for yourself and on your development.
Year-End Performance Review
At the end of the year, you and your performance manager review your performance and results with respect to the goals you set at the beginning of the year incorporating feedback from your engagement/project reviews. In addition, you and your performance manager will review how you achieved the results by noting the values you demonstrated during the year as well as your development in each of the firm's core competencies. Dialogue brings all of these elements together in one process.