Happy, connected and engaged employees are motivated to do their best and develop a sense of loyalty to the organisation beyond their immediate team. Do you know how your employees are feeling about working for your organisation and what matters most to them?
Whether you have 100 or 20,000 employees we can help you to measure and understand what’s impacting engagement in your organisation, using a mix of qualitative and quantitative research methods. Paper, online and fully responsive surveys – no matter how you access it, we’ve got you covered.
Before we start talking about launching your survey though, we spend time up front working with you to design your survey and ensure that you are asking the right questions. This makes sure you get clear insights that don't raise even more queries when you look at The results! We work hard to engage with every client we work with so that you’ve got a survey that captures the essence of what’s impacting engagement in your organisation at the moment.
LISTEN & CLARIFY
Understanding where you are and what you want to achieve
INVOLVE & DESIGN
Creating a survey that is fit for purpose and reflects your organisation
ENGAGE & LAUNCH
Showing your employees that you take employee engagement seriously
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How do we measure engagement? We believe that individual engagement is a combination of an individual being happy and connected at work. There’s currently a lot of discussion about whether happiness is a proxy for engagement in our industry, but we believe engagement is more than happiness. You can be happy in your immediate team but not feel connected and a sense of belonging to the wider organisation.
Our engagement model is based on our underlying academic research from Henley Business School. It evaluates the individuals’ level of engagement and the key factors proven to most influence how they feel; purpose, capability, choice and trust. These factors are reinforced at the local level, in the work you do, through your manager and your team environment, but also at the organisational level.
By distinguishing local from organisational influences, we can help managers be clear what they are expected to impact as a result of the survey and which areas are organisational culture issues which senior leaders need to focus on.
If you feel your current survey doesn’t really get to the heart of what’s going on in your organisation, or want to start running a survey for the first time, give us a call. We’d love to talk to you about how we can help you build an effective engagement strategy.Contact us