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DCIPS Lifecycle: DCIPS Introduction Back to DCIPS Lifecycle
  • Policy

  • Guidance

  • Communications

  • Training

    • DCIPS Training Courses Overview
    • HR Advisor Training
    • DCIPS 101 - A two hour web-based course that highlights the key elements of DCIPS for employees, managers and supervisors. This course is a prerequisite to classroom training.
    • Introduction to DCIPS for Military Supervisors (2 hours) - Targets military raters, reviewers, and supervisors of DCIPS employees. This course highlights major differences between military evaluation systems and DCIPS, their roles and responsibilities throughout the performance evaluation period, and explains the process and the standards by which all employees are evaluated
    • Introduction to DCIPS for Leaders: Achieving Results - Accomplishing Mission
      - A two-hour course targeted specifically to Department of Defense (DoD) Intelligence senior executives and leaders who must understand and use the Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System (DCIPS)’s performance management regulations and processes. Workshop is currently only available if a facilitator/instructor is provided by the Command and/or organization having a need for the workshop. Please contact your Command’s DCIPS transition manager/training representative for additional information
    • DCIPS iSuccess
    • Putting Yourself in the Other Person's Shoes - A one-hour interactive, self-paced course that provides strategies for leaders, managers and supervisors, and employees to improve communication by considering and understanding the other person’s perspective. The course describes effective communication styles and examines the impact of generational or cultural differences in workplace performance communications.

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