What do I need to demonstrate to be successful in a promotion review?

To be successful in the review, you need to demonstrate that you have stronger claims to the job than the person promoted to the position.

This means stronger skills and other work-related qualities. 

The Commissioner's Directions identify work-related qualities as:

  • skills and abilities
  • qualifications, training and competencies
  • standard of work performance
  • capacity to produce outcomes by effective performance at the level required
  • relevant personal qualities, such as honesty and integrity
  • potential for further development
  • ability to contribute to team performance.