During Results Rollout, present the 3 highest items, the 3 lowest items, and themes derived from additional comments. While reviewing comments, remember to look for productive information that can be used for improvements. Don’t focus on vague statements like “communication is poor,” seek to identify the common themes across all stakeholders surveyed.
Identify Themes in Survey Results
Align Actions to StrengthsCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
When aligning the goals of the organization to actions for specific employees, first consider each employee’s strengths. To increase...
Conduct an Initiative AuditCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
It’s hard for teams to innovate when they are pulled in competing directions. Before expecting innovation from your team,...
Address Poor PerformanceCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
High performers want to work in organizations with other high performers. When leaders avoid addressing low performers, high and...
Put Your Network Before YourselfCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Look for opportunities to provide value and support to others. Offering feedback or advice, acting as a trusted mentor,...
Approach Transparency ProactivelyCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Reacting to a negative situation isn’t transparency. To build trust and loyalty with employees and the organization’s community, leaders...
Hold “Renters” AccountableCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Identify employees you lead who could improve their ownership behaviors and help them develop plans for improvement. Clearly explain...
Make Goals More ManageableCasey Kuktelionis, , 0
Support high solid performers by working with them to breakdown their 90-day goals into more manageable pieces. Identify opportunities...