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3 Key Metrics That Employee Engagement Surveys Miss

Harvard Business

Traditional employee engagement surveys just aren’t working how we need them to. As the employee disengagement trends upward, the author suggests dispensing with these surveys and reinventing them internally, tailored to your organization’s unique context. And they’re expensive, too.

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Survey: GenAI Is Making Companies More Data Oriented

Harvard Business

In an annual survey assessing attitudes about data, analytics, and AI, data and technology leaders in large companies reported significant improvement in their organizations’ data culture.

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Staff Surveys

Consultants' Consultant

Consultants Consultant: Here’s a useful resource: Questions you can ask in a staff survey. The post Staff Surveys appeared first on Consultants' Consultant. Here’s a.

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Survey: Remote Work Isn’t Going Away — and Executives Know It

Harvard Business

Privately, though, executives expect remote work to keep on growing, according to a new survey. Many CEOs are publicly gearing up for yet another return-to-office push. That makes sense: Employees like it, the technology is improving, and — at least for hybrid work — there seems to be no loss of productivity.

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2020 Database Strategies and Contact Acquisition Survey Report

47% of marketers said they have a database management strategy in place, but there is room for significant improvement. Marketing and sales teams are feeling pressured to deliver authentic messaging to buyers at every point of their customer journey.

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What Do Employee Engagement Surveys Really Tell Us?

Effective Managers

Employee engagement surveys are becoming increasingly popular among employers as a way to measure how connected workers feel to their jobs. However, there is no one clear definition of “engagement,” and the results of these surveys can be difficult to interpret. Surveys are often expensive and time-consuming to administer.

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Lessons From My NPS Survey

Wakeman Consulting Group: Dave's Blog

If you took the time to fill out the NPS survey , thank you! . This is why I did the NPS survey. Design a survey around that. The post Lessons From My NPS Survey appeared first on Wakeman Consulting Group. Since y’all are here week after week, I wanted to take a moment to share some of the results and feedback with you.

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The ABM Benchmark Survey

In a recent survey with Demand Gen Report, we found 59% of experienced practitioners (those with ABM programs more than a year old) indicated their ABM programs are meeting or greatly exceeding their expectations, while only 45% of novices (those with ABM programs less than one year old) could say the same.

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A CHRO’s Perspective on Substance Use in the Workplace: Supportive Strategies to Help Your Workforce Thrive

Speaker: Smita Das, MD, PhD, MPH, Medical Director, Psychiatry and Naj Wright, MBA, C-Suite HR Executive

A 2021 New York University School of Global Public Health survey of 5,850 people who drink alcohol found that 29 percent have increased their drinking during the pandemic. The last year and a half has been one of extreme stress and anxiety for the American Workforce.