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Month: May 2022

Best Practices for Survey Question Writing

Best Practices for Survey Question Writing

Employee Surveys You want to measure the quality of your employee experience, but aren’t sure where to start. Writing and administering a survey is an effective way to gauge the employee experience, and a good survey can provide valuable insights into how your employees perceive your organization. Plus, the data from such a survey can […]

Engagement Survey Communication – Success Strategy

Engagement Survey Communication – Success Strategy

Communication is Key to Engagement Survey Success When it comes to having a successful engagement survey project, a strong internal communication plan is critical. For an engagement survey to be effective you need to have high participation so that you hear as many voices as possible, and communication is key to achieving this. We have […]

Compliance Issues: Ways to Report & Examples

Compliance Issues: Ways to Report & Examples

Compliance is a commitment  Is your organization equipped to handle sensitive compliance issues reported by employees? Establishing secure channels for reporting concerns such as harassment or procedural violations is important. Yet, when these reports are anonymous or confidential, finding a resolution can feel daunting. In this blog, we’ll explore ways to navigate these situations, drawing […]

How to Get Better Results from Action Planning

How to Get Better Results from Action Planning

Creating transformative change within an organization can be a business leader’s most important and most difficult job. At People Element, we’ve recently started using Kotter’s 8-step change management process, and we’re seeing tremendous results. “Once you identify a problem, the first question is ‘now what do I do?” says Megan Younkin, Consulting Director at People […]

Coaching and Developing Employees

Coaching and Developing Employees

Developing Employees Along their Growth Curve As a manager, I’m in charge of a variety of departmental responsibilities. Given my role, these can include anything from financial oversight to compliance to human resources and more. The specifics vary from day to day, and while the scope of my work may not align perfectly with the […]

Leadership Communication Style

Leadership Communication Style

Driver Retention and Driver Manager Communication It’s no mystery that quality driver managers pay off in the form of productive, safe drivers who will stay with your company. But how will you know if someone will be a quality manager before they take the role? Should they be a former driver, or someone without driving […]

Strengthen the Supervisor-Employee Relationship with Regular Check-Ins

Strengthen the Supervisor-Employee Relationship with Regular Check-Ins

Regularly meeting with your staff can easily drop to the bottom of the list, especially with how many responsibilities supervisors have these days. The professional development conversations and regular check-ins with your employees have multiple benefits for your department and the company, including improving employee engagement. Knowing what is going on with your employees helps […]

Build Trust with Your Employees & Direct Reports

Build Trust with Your Employees & Direct Reports

Build Trust with Employees The relationship between a supervisor and their direct report is one of the most important in your organization. How you manage (or mismanage) this relationship can have a profound impact on the organization as a whole. Time and time again, the data from the surveys we implement shows that one’s immediate […]