How to create a safe environment for honest feedback so it’s an invitation, not an imposition
Best practices for collecting feedback, from unstructured conversations to regular pulse surveys
What to do with the data you’ve collected, and how to use insights to create action plans that result in happier employees and better business performance
A recent HCI survey revealed that 93% of HR leaders believe that employee engagement is critical to business success. But organizations are still struggling with how to measure engagement and act on areas that need improvement.
Engagement, much like performance, is fluid and measuring it requires consistent communication and feedback. A recent IBM study showed that 83% of employees surveyed would participate in an employee listening program. Further, HR practitioners who use multiple listening methods rated their organizational performance and reputation 24% high than those who do not.
In this webcast, David Zinger, author and employee engagement expert, and Duke Daehling, talent management, analytics and strategy expert from IBM will discuss what engagement truly means and how organizations should seek to engage, rather than seek engagement.
To build an engaged workforce, it is more important than ever to understand and act upon employee ideas, needs and concerns. Today, emerging internal and external social platforms make it easier to capture, analyze and reveal potential workforce ...