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Progress review meetings

Undertaking regular progress review meetings provide the secondee and their line manager with the opportunity:

  • for positive and constructive two-way review of work progress, including feedback
  • to allow agreement of an action plan
  • to discuss progress in achieving professional development goals identified in the secondee's Personal Development Plan
  • allow for identification and discussion of any difficulties or obstacles experienced during the secondment
  • provide a way of balancing the secondee's personal needs and the requirements of the role

As a minimum requirement, progress review meetings should take place at the middle and end of the secondment but more frequent review meetings during the secondment are recommended. You can use the Secondee Achievement Record to record the achievements, progress and development of the secondee throughout the secondment