Employee engagement surveys have been pitched as anonymous for as long as they have been around.I have seen organizations where employee information is not captured in any form (not even by coded numerical) and is truly anonymous. I’ve also seen organizations where employee data is captured and held secret by the survey administrator, thus making … Continue reading Engagement surveys: confidential vs. anonymous
I’ve spend multiple nights lying awake plagued with nightmares of low survey response rates. If you are someone who rolls out surveys on a regular basis, you may be able to sympathize with me. I spent the past year trying every trick in the trade to boost participation - especially for ONA (Organizational Network Analysis), … Continue reading The golden trick to boost survey responses
I love the folks over at Fistful of Talent. So much so that I even wanted to write for them; but that’s a different story. I love how they question everything & suggest the improbable. (Note: I didn’t say impossible). So, when earlier this week when Jason Laurtisen suggested that we abandon anonymity in the … Continue reading Abandon Anonymity in Employee Surveys?
A few weeks ago, Paul Hebert wrote about the ‘The 1 Question That Will Blow up Your Employee Engagement Scores’ on Fistful of Talent. While I may or may not agree with including that question (it’s a conversation for a different time), I do think there are 2 other questions that you definitely need … Continue reading The 2 questions you need to include in your Engagement Survey