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.

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To Survey, Or Not To Survey Engagement

The Leadership Advisor

When the topic of engagement comes up, it isn’t too long before the idea of taking a survey rears its head. Surveys can be time-consuming and expensive, yet they can also provide valuable insight when created properly. A survey is a serious, long-term commitment.

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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. The post Corporate Cultures – Survey Analysis Approach appeared first on StrategyDriven.

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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.

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Employee Engagement Survey

Chart Your Course

Conducting employee engagement surveys can be an extremely useful tool to understand exactly how you employees feel about their current state of employment. Large companies such as Waitrose and John Lewis produce an annual staff survey to measure how happy their employees are.

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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%). Social Media reader insights social media survey results

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Two Question Survey

Tony Mayo

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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. The post Create and Implement a Connection Culture Survey appeared first on Michael Lee Stallard.

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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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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.

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Talent Survey (2013) | Talent Technologies

Talent Technologies

Talent Survey for 2013 The Talent Survey results for 2013 are in. Talent Survey for 2013 The Talent Survey results for 2013 are in. Here is a digest of what CEOs think the talent themes and challenges facing their companies are from the recent PwC and Conference Board.

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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 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.

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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. link] (4-minute survey).

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. Employee Survey

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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.

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Self Help Zen

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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.

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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

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.

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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.

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New Survey of CEOs Reveals How They’re Using Social Media

C-Level Strategies

In this survey our member CEOs revealed: Additionally, CEOs gave their perspective of current business conditions relative to last month: My perspective on these results: 1. This survey is administered and analyzed by The NPD Group , experts in consumer market research, reports and analysis.

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The Mentoring Survey: Results

Ron Edmondson

Last week I introduced the mentoring Survey. You are free to take the survey if you haven’t yet. This is not the end of this discussion, but hopefully you’ll see a few trend in the results of this survey. Over 200 people have taken the survey at this point.

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Giving Back: L2L Reader Survey 2014

Linked 2 Leadership

Leadership Assessments Leading & Developing Other Leaders Servant Leadership leadership reader survey Linked 2 Leadership Contributing Authors have a burning passion to serve professionals to equip them to be better leaders. They write from their experience, their expertise, and from their servant hearts. They do this because they see human potential and want to feed, water, groom, and grow it wherever they can. Now you can give […].

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Thanksgiving Survey: Book Giveaway

Ron Edmondson

It’s always interesting to compare Thanksgiving practices with others. I thought it might be fun to hear some differences in how we celebrate. Take a couple minutes to answer these questions in the comments. Which of these is most like your story: Travel or stay at home?

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Survey: Pastor / Minister’s Health

Ron Edmondson

I know from my recent blog reader survey that nearly 60% of my readership is in some form of professional ministry, so I thought I’d do a survey on the health of pastors and ministers who read my blog (and others I can get to take the survey).

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Survey: Best and Worst Project Names

Crossderry Blog

Filed under: PMO Tagged: project names , surveys. PMO project names surveysYou’ve asked for it…and here it is: Let everyone know your best and worst project names.

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Reader Blog Survey 2011

Ron Edmondson

Please consider taking my 2011 reader survey. Click here to take survey. Related posts: Ron Edmondson Blog Reader Survey. Results of Blog Survey. Leadership Perception Survey Results, Part 3. Would you help me improve my blog? It will take you less than 10 minutes, probably less than 5. Seriously, if you enjoy my blog, I’d appreciate your help. Thank you for reading this blog. I don’t take it lightly.

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Survey: Which "How to" Workshops are Wanted?

Execupundit

I need your opinion.

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Self Help Zen

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Results, Part 4: Pastor / Minister Health Survey

Ron Edmondson

This concludes the review of a survey I conducted recently on the health of pastors and ministers. Perhaps we need a survey for spouses. Almost 45% of the pastors or ministers surveyed have occasional thoughts of leaving the ministry. Survey: Pastor / Minister’s Health.

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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 […].

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Results, Part 1: Pastor / Minister Health Survey

Ron Edmondson

Last month I posted a survey of pastor’s and minister’s health. The survey is now closed, but you can see the original post HERE. In this post, I’m sharing the profile of who took the survey. Related posts: Survey: Pastor / Minister’s Health.

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Results, Part 2: Pastor / Minister Health Survey

Ron Edmondson

I’m releasing results of a survey I conducted through my blog last month on the health of pastors or ministers. The survey is now closed, but there were 466 unique responses. You can read the initial survey post HERE. Survey: Pastor / Minister’s Health.

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CEO Survey on Candidates

Execupundit

From Chief Executive : Which candidate do CEOs believe has the greatest potential to turn the U.S. economy around

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guide to employee satisfaction & engagement surveys

Rapid BI

Employee engagement and satisfaction surveys usage is in the increase. The post guide to employee satisfaction & engagement surveys appeared first on RapidBi. Created Articles Human Resources & Talent Management EESS Employee Engagement employee satisfaction SurveysIn this guide we cover come of the key factors for ensuring success.

Results, Part 3: Pastor / Minister Health Survey

Ron Edmondson

If you’ve been following my blog, you know I’m releasing the findings of a survey I did last month involving the health of pastors and ministers. Here is Part 3 of the survey results: (At the blog, you can click on a picture to enlarge it.).

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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. When we ask questions - we get answers. This is why I like the How question.

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Survey Says…Should Leaders Care?

Linked 2 Leadership

Every leader is very familiar with that paralyzing moment where a number of seemingly good options are on the table, but no one is sure what to do. Options are many, but decisions are few… There are significant stake-holders backing different positions. How will the team decide? It is hard to imagine selecting a solution [.]. Servant Leadership

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