2017 Annual Reader Survey

Joseph Lalonde

Every year I put out a reader survey. I’m coming to you, my readers, to ask you to take the annual survey. If you’d like to help shape the future of the blog, please complete the survey here or in the form below. Demographic survey powered by Typeform. Continue Reading… The post 2017 Annual Reader Survey appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. Social Media feedback reader surveyI do this to get your pulse.

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Annual Reader Survey

Joseph Lalonde

Every year I do a reader survey. Enter the annual reader survey. Please […] The post Annual Reader Survey appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. This year is no different. As 2019 comes to a close, I wanted to touch base with you, the reader, once again. I want to get your thoughts, ideas, and criticisms about what I do and what I can do to improve. Social Media

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Employee Retention Survey 2018

Chart Your Course

The post Employee Retention Survey 2018 appeared first on Chart Your Course International. Employee Retention Employee Satisfaction Surveys Good Places to Work Human Resource Management Job Satisfaction Leadership Surveys and Statistics employee motivation employee retention employee turnoverComments (Other). Answer. Most employees remain in my organisation till the age of retirement. This has been going on for at least a year now. Horrible leadership main reason!

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Why Your Employee Survey Is a Waste of Time

Lead Change Blog

” I was talking with Joan, an employee of a large medical service provider and this…this was her ultimate response to the last round of employee surveys designed to improve morale and motivation. Leadership Development Workplace Issues action Employee Motivation employee survey morale motivation respond surveys

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How Businesses are Managing the New Reality of Work: A Paycor Survey

We wanted to know how COVID-19 impacted businesses and their workforces. Did they need government funds? How many workers did they layoff or furlough? Are employees working from home now? How’s team morale? And perhaps most importantly, what are their plans for the future? This guide offers a pretty good idea of how business leaders are feeling, what keeps them up at night, and what approaches they’re taking to solve problems. Download the guide to see all the survey results and where your organization might stand comparatively.

Take our 2014 Reader Survey

General Leadership

To fulfil this quest, we need to know more about YOU–and have created a 2014 Reader Survey to help us learn from you. Please take a few minutes to fill out our survey. The post Take our 2014 Reader Survey appeared first on General Leadership. Advisory Post engagement relevant survey We want to make GeneralLeadership.com more relevant to your needs and interests.

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Create and Implement a Connection Culture Survey

Michael Lee Stallard

#92 Create and Implement a Connection Culture Survey. Many organizations implement employee engagement surveys and these surveys are mostly about connection. We recommend that organizations develop a customized employee engagement or connection culture survey to identify those individuals who excel in creating connection cultures so that you can celebrate them and identify their best practices to share with others.

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Please Take My 2014 Reader Survey

Joseph Lalonde

That’s why I’m introducing my first reader survey. This survey will help me know who you are, what you’re feeling, and what you want to see. Please help me help you by filling out this brief 16 question survey. I’m looking forward to reading through the survey results. The post Please Take My 2014 Reader Survey appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. Social Media reader survey

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Five Insights from Our 2014 Reader Survey

General Leadership

At the end of May, we launched the 2014 Reader Survey. A very large portion of you has completed the survey so far, and we are always interested in hearing your opinions and feedback. The post Five Insights from Our 2014 Reader Survey appeared first on General Leadership. Curator Posts 2014 content culture email experiences feedback reader subscriber survey This is the first time we have done this exercise, and we have benefited enormously from your participation.

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Two Leadership Development Surveys

Kevin Eikenberry

Leadership Learning Uncategorized leadership development organizational development professional development surveyAs you likely know, we are in the business of helping leaders grow and helping organizations grow their leaders. While we spend time every day with these endeavors and spend most days working with leaders, we know there is always a risk of developing a blind spot – of not knowing what is going on [.].

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Please Take My Reader Survey

Lead on Purpose

Would you please … Continue reading → Knowledge feedback improvement surveyHelp Me Create Content That Serves Your Needs I’m updating my platform to make sure it does the best possible job of answering your needs and interests. And that means I need to know more about you.

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HR Benchmark Report: How to Recruit, Coach & Develop Teams

Do you really want a team of all-stars? Instead of trying to hire all Type A high performers, research shows it’s much more effective to hire a mix of personalities. In this report, Paycor will explain why and how to go about assembling, coaching, and developing effective teams at work.

4 Insights From My 2014 Reader Survey

Joseph Lalonde

I n February, I launched my first reader survey. Over 25% of my readers responded to the survey. Analyzing the results of the survey, my typical reader would look like: My typical reader is a male (70%). Looking through the survey responses, I found 4 insights that are worth noting. Thanks to everyone who took the time out of their day to respond to my first reader survey. The post 4 Insights From My 2014 Reader Survey appeared first on Joseph Lalonde.

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Use This Survey to Conduct a Trust Tune-Up with Your Team

Leading with Trust

To help you in this effort, I’ve included in this post a survey you can use to gauge the level of trust in your team. Have each team member download and complete the survey below. Building Trust Team Survey Download.

Employee Surveys Can Help Employee Retention

Chart Your Course

Conduct an online survey, anonymously or named. But perhaps the survey would net you the most honest results and give you some real ideas on how to improve your company from an employee and output perspective. Often times, companies use surveys to boost staff retention. Companies that offer employee surveys tend to have a much higher staff retention rate. A good employee survey typically measures the following areas….

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Two Question Survey

Tony Mayo

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Will You Take The Annual Reader Survey?

Joseph Lalonde

I want to hear from […] The post Will You Take The Annual Reader Survey? I do my best to create the best leadership content for you, my readers. Sometimes I hit the nail on the head. Other times I miss. That’s life. Right? We never know what’s going to be a hit and what’s going to be a miss. But I want your input. appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. Social Media

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Will You Take My 2016 Reader Survey?

Joseph Lalonde

Would you take my yearly reader survey. That’s where the survey comes in. By answering the questions in the survey, you help me to know you better. So, I’m asking you: Will you help me by taking this quick 20 question survey? Powered by Typeform The post Will You Take My 2016 Reader Survey? E very year I make an ask of my readers. That ask? I want to make this blog a great resource for you and those you know. I can only do that if you help me.

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Please Take My 2015 Reader Survey

Joseph Lalonde

Would you be willing to take a short survey to help me get to know and serve you better? When you fill out the survey below, you’re helping me help you. Powered by Typeform The post Please Take My 2015 Reader Survey appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. I want to make my blog better in 2015. To do this, I need your input. Image via Creative Commons. Knowing who you are and what you do helps me decide the direction of the blog and the content I post.

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Stop The Annual Employee Survey

LDRLB

“Well, that’s not what our annual employee survey said last year.”. But he couldn’t seem to reconcile their issues with the lack of any signs of it on last year’s annual engagement survey. So, I threw two questions at him: “What percentage of your employees actually completed the survey?”. Even after such a survey is completed, there are a lot of ways companies can erode whatever trust employees have in the annual survey.

Stop The Annual Employee Survey

LDRLB

“Well, that’s not what our annual employee survey said last year.”. But he couldn’t seem to reconcile their issues with the lack of any signs of it on last year’s annual engagement survey. So, I threw two questions at him: “What percentage of your employees actually completed the survey?”. Even after such a survey is completed, there are a lot of ways companies can erode whatever trust employees have in the annual survey.

What Employees Will Say About You On the Exit Survey

Lead Change Blog

Almost as equally guaranteed is the use of the exit survey. Some, electronic surveys. Posted in Leadership Development Employees leave. That’s about as guaranteed as death and taxes. HR departments seek feedback from exiting employees on their employment experience. Some conduct live interviews. Some, both. Whatever the mode for collecting feedback, HR wants to know what worked, what didn’t [.].

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What’s Keeping You Up at Night? A Lot of Uncertainty, Survey Finds

leaderCommunicator

The Grossman Group recently conducted a survey of dozens of leaders and communicators, asking a frank question: “What’s keeping you up at night?”. Amid Pandemic, Employee Concerns Command Leader Attention.

American workers need a break, says Monster survey

HR Digest

Millions of Americans have lost their jobs in the COVID-19 pandemic, and the remaining American workforce feels more burnt out by the day, according to a national survey released by Monster. The post American workers need a break, says Monster survey appeared first on The HR Digest.

Employee Engagement Survey Results: Fact or Fiction?

CoachStation

Employee Engagement surveys are barely worth the time and effort taken to produce them. They certainly have questionable content and value for those organisations who rely on survey results for a genuine view of how employees feel. Continue reading Employee Engagement Survey Results: Fact or Fiction? Big statements, perhaps!

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Corporate Cultures – Survey Analysis Approach

Strategy Driven

Interpretation of cultural surveys requires application of strong statistical analysis methods and knowledge-based results aggregation. Drawing overall conclusions can be counterintuitive; requiring a fundamental understanding of how surveys extract data about the collective nature of an organization’s culture and how to interpret that data in light of the collective nature of the organization’s culture.

Surveying Strategy

LDRLB

This post is the first in a series about the various schools and models of making organizational strategy. The very mention of the word strategy brings with it connotations of planning and images of executives sitting around large tables at off-site meeting facilities. These executives pour over data regarding what products are profitable and unprofitable. They decide on where to position their products. They conduct near-cliché tools such as a SWOT analysis.

Surveying Strategy

LDRLB

This post is the first in a series about the various schools and models of making organizational strategy. It is excerpted from The Portable Guide to Leading Organizations, available now from LeaderLab Press. The very mention of the word strategy brings with it connotations of planning and images of executives sitting around large tables at

The Impact Habit Survey

Rajesh Setty

Most importantly, we have a survey that will take less than 4-minutes to complete and I would love your help. More people take the survey, better are the results. There are more than 200 people who have taken the survey and we need a few hundred more. Please help by taking this survey and if possible, forward this to any other friends that are willing to help with this project. link] (4-minute survey).

myTRUSTnetwork Launches Dear Diary Survey for Women :: Women on.

Women on Business

There is a distinct US link as well as other country links at the bottom of the survey introduction page (choose your location link from the list and start the survey). We expect that most people wouldn’t complete the survey without being introduced to the idea from someone they know and trust. The survey should take only 10 minutes – although it looks long when you start, it goes really quick, click click click!

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Leading Surveys and the Power of Asking the Right Questions

CEO Blog

So how can this be used in surveys? The more customers say good things about you - even in a survey, the better they think of you. that will always come out - especially if you have a section for "any other comments") Surveys can be a great marketing tool and can help reinforce things in your customers'' or prospects'' mind. When we ask questions - we get answers. This is why I like the How question.

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Importance of question design in staff & employee surveys

Rapid BI

Designing employee survey questions is not as easy as many think and all questions need thorough testing and a clear understanding on how the resulting data will be used. The post Importance of question design in staff & employee surveys appeared first on RapidBi. Management case study employee survey language question design questionnaire staff survey survey design Surveys

Survey: What CEOs Need & Want from Coaching

Tony Mayo

CEOs and their Boards agree. Executives need coaching on delegation, listening, and conflict resolution. Are you ready to get to work on these aspects of your job? –What CEOs Really Want from Coaching Gretchen Gavett Harvard Business Review. For Executives Conversation Listening Micro-Managers

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Global survey reveals staggering results on job satisfaction

Chart Your Course

According to staffing agency Kelly Services’ annual survey covering 120,000 respondents globally, a staggering 48 percent of employees are unhappy in their current jobs, up from 47 percent the previous year. via Global survey reveals staggering results on job satisfaction. Are People Happy at Work? Does It Really Matter? Here is some powerful information I found on the HITC Business website about job satisfaction. Work is a real drag.

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A Survey for Trainers, Consultants and Coaches

Kevin Eikenberry

Consulting Speaking Training Products KevinEikenberry.com About Blog Home Blogs I Like Leadership Learning Subscribe A Survey for Trainers, Consultants and Coaches by Kevin Eikenberry on December 20, 2010 in Personal Development , Surveys , Telesminars This announcement and opportunity is a bit more targeted than what I normally post here. If you are an external trainer, consultant or coach, please take this survey.

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Executive Coaching 2011 Annual Survey

CO2

In an annual survey by Sherpa Partners they identified that business or consulting experience is by far the most saut after trait of an executive coach. Experience in Business or Consulting is Most Critical! Newsletter Newsletter Extras Executive Coaching

Survey Says Women Make up More than Half of Breadwinners

Women on Business

” Read the Full Article: More Breadwinners Are Now Women, Survey Says via blogs.wsj.com. NEWS AND INSIGHTS UPDATE: According to new research by Prudential Financial, 53% of women are primary breadwinners. The Wall Street Journal reports: “Female breadwinners are more likely than other women to maintain completely separate finances from their partners (27% versus 15%).

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Survey Reveals 6 Important Truths About Men, Women, and Success

First Friday Book Synopsis

Here is a brief article by Nina Bahadur for The Huffington Post. To check out an abundance of other superb articles, please click here. * * * Success can mean anything from securing a corner office at a major corporation to making a small, positive impact on another person’s life, to spending a significant amount […].

5 Good Reasons To Do An Employee Survey

Eric Jacobson

Business leaders who wonder whether they should conduct an employee survey should think about these five good reasons for conducting surveys, as recommended by John Kador and Katherine J. Armstrong in their book, Perfect Phrases for Writing Employee Surveys : 1. To discover what employees are thinking and doing – in a nonthreatening survey environment. To collect the combined brainpower and ideas of the workforce – that sometimes cannot be accessed without a survey.

5 Reasons To Do An Employee Survey

Eric Jacobson

Saturday, November 27, 2010 5 Reasons To Do An Employee Survey Business leaders who wonder whether they should conduct an employee survey should think about these five good reasons for conducting surveys, as recommended by John Kador and Katherine J. Armstrong in their book, Perfect Phrases for Writing Employee Surveys : 1. To discover what employees are thinking and doing – in a nonthreatening survey environment. Remember, surveys generate expectations.

Surveying Strategy: The Cognitive School

LDRLB

This post is the third in a series about the various schools and models of making organizational strategy. It is excerpted from The Portable Guide to Leading Organizations , available now from LeaderLab Press. Strategy is a mental process. If the entrepreneurial school introduced the idea that strategy is a mental process that leaders engage in, the cognitive school began the study of that mental process.

5 Reasons To Do An Employee Survey

Eric Jacobson

Business leaders who wonder whether they should conduct an employee survey should think about these five good reasons for conducting surveys, as recommended by John Kador and Katherine J. Armstrong in their book, Perfect Phrases for Writing Employee Surveys : 1. To discover what employees are thinking and doing – in a nonthreatening survey environment. To collect the combined brainpower and ideas of the workforce – that sometimes cannot be accessed without a survey.

Surveying Strategy: The Learning School

LDRLB

This post is the third in a series about the various schools and models of making organizational strategy. It is excerpted from The Portable Guide to Leading Organizations , available now from LeaderLab Press. Strategy is an emergent process. For proponents of the learning school, any attempt to reduce the complex world into clear positions and plans is futile. The world is far too vast and multifaceted to allow such reduction. Therefore strategy cannot be a formal planning process.