Covid-19 has turned our worlds’ upside down, drastically escalating our VUCA reality.
Questions abound: Do we know how our people are feeling? To what degree do they feel supported and equipped, personally and professionally? And how can we, as leaders support them and ensure that they can deliver on their goals?
To help leaders get answers to these questions and to enhance team engagement moving forward, a series of pulse surveys have been designed collaboratively by a team of I/O Psychologists and organisations. Developed in good faith, they are free of charge to organisations of any size. These short surveys take 5 minutes to complete and will provide you with:
“The survey has added much value to us at this time. It enabled us to take the temperature of our people so that we can assist where it is needed. The survey asked exactly the right questions and were simple and fast to complete. The report was really useful and Alinda’s feedback to the Execs and then the Senior Management team was insightful. The whole experience was really a positive one. Thank you!” – Nomzamo Ngqulana-Kasana, Head of Human Resources, Glacier
PULSE SURVEY #1: COVID-19: TRANSITIONING WAY OF WORK
The first survey gives you critical feedback on the basics, providing insights into how your people are feeling and settling into the remote ways of working.
PULSE SURVEY #2: SUSTAINING HEALTHY SYSTEMS
The second survey focusses on addressing the challenges of sustaining healthy new-way-of-work patterns over a longer period of time.
PULSE SURVEY #3: SUPPORTING EFFECTIVE TEAMS
Team effectiveness and mutual trust are the key measures of the third survey. This survey will help you understand what, if anything, is holding back your teams from achieving organisational goals and supporting each other. Use it to measure and support the development of optimally functioning, socially-distanced teams.
PULSE SURVEY #4: SUSTAINABLE ENGAGEMENT
The fourth survey focuses on understanding how employees are adapting to new ways of work while staying safe and engaged. This pulse also serves as a transition point away from the shorter-term responses focused on in previous surveys. In that interest, questions covering topics of burnout and internal motivation are included.