On-boarding, project / roadmap follow-up, communication, acculturation, assessment, surveys, teams or communities leading ...
In practice> Create an easy to digest sequence over time> Add all the content that is essential to understanding the organization> Get feedback at several points
Result> Be present without spending all your time> Pay the same attention to all your newcomers> Deploy the same process worldwide, regardless of the number of hires
In practice> Spread and infuse corporate culture through targeted content> Diffuse in small doses, and allow time for assimilation> Measure the level of adherence
Result> Engage employees in a common story> Adopt a posture of sharing and collecting opinions on a large scale> Keep the company culture alive
In practice> Structure your communication actions> Don't just do top-down, get feedback as you go> Alternate formats and create surprise
Result> Make your communication a movement> Be agile and creative> Broadcast, survey, measure ... and be proactive!
In practice> Create and distribute end-of-year assessment questionnaires> Make your employees' lives easier with the web app> Analyze all detailed and consolidated data
Result> Help managers prepare for key moments> Empower them to lead their team with agility> Improve the quality of individual year-end interviews
#5 Satisfaction survey
In practice> Create a satisfaction survey in less than 10 minutes> Deploy on a large scale and schedule your reminders in advance> Analyze all data with the consolidated dashboard
Result> Simplify your life and survey your teams throughout the year> Encourage spontaneous feedback for more authenticity> Analyze results in real time
#6 Managerial routine
In practice> Plan recurring questions at regular intervals> Always use the same business feedback format for better readability> Take advantage of this opportunity to broadcast information in real time
Result> Limitez le temps passé sur la remontée d'information> Ritualize the feedback and simplify the life of those concerned> Capture the essential, and intervene when it is really useful