substandard performance

substandard performance

Performance that falls short of the standard expected of the person or professional in a particular post.

Substandard performance, reasons for
• Diagnostic repertoire—Does it match the External Quality Assurance (EQA) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) profiles?
• Errors and audits—Evidence of monitoring and appropriate remedial actions:
  Lack of experience;
  Lack of expert systems;
• External commitments—Do they conflict with work?
• Individual issues—Personal and health related problems;
• Poor working environment;
• Specialist—What are the credentials?
• Lack of standardisation—Pro formas;
• Teamwork—Evidence of good leadership, followership and communication
  Interpersonal conflicts;
• Training and CPD;
• Workload—Is it optimal in terms of volume and content?
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That fateful intervention reflected not only Trippier's uncharacteristically substandard performance but also the ineffectual output of those around him.
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The Cambridgeshire native reportedly said he was concerned about the horse's well-being after his substandard performance in the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot, which he put down to the exertions on the Tapeta.
Sunderland may be safe and facing a Spurs side still competing for a Champions League spot, but Di Canio will not accept a substandard performance at White Hart Lane.
Clients and engineers were then able to use their smartphones to perform on-site verification of the training and qualifications of any installer, reducing the risk of substandard performance and potential liability issues.
Walsh initially implemented a virtual private network (VPN) solution, which gave Walsh's people access to files, but with substandard performance.
It wiped out one democratic step taken towards the second republic, but on the other hand was satisfactory to a segment of society that had been criticising the substandard performance of parliament.
The countries that are governed by institutions are the strongest ones and cannot be shaken by the toppling of the ruler or his substandard performance.