Having covered the different models for measuring the commitment of a team in our previous post, we will now explore how to implement and use these models, assessing its pros and cons.
Pulse surveys are a management strategy which are carried out on a regular basis. You can select the questions of the tools previously seen which best suit your company, deciding the extension of the survey.
As it is done anonymously, we will ensure that the answers are honest and the information we collect is truthful and useful which will allow you to make the right decisions.
One to One meetings are individual meetings that are held periodically with each of the team members.
In this occasion, the questions will be asked directly by the manager, so it is important to consider the fact that the information collected could be biased.
However, these meetings offer a unique opportunity to generate a bidirectional communication between manager and employee, creating a dialogue scenario that is hardly encouraged in a closed survey and, from a qualitative point of view, are very valuable.
Although satisfaction and commitment are not synonyms, the eNPS (Employee Net Promoter Score) acts as a first approach to understand the state of the organization, as it takes into account the number of Promoters and Detractors within.
A high score on this indicator implies that the company is making good decisions that will contribute in making its employees one of the most important allies for its growth.
One of the best ways to measure commitment is to use a specialized software for it.
Team Insights gathers all the advantages of pulse surveys, 1:1 meetings and eNPS, ensuring the anonymity at all times, so the data obtained is reliable, honest and presented in an automated way.
Team Insights is simple to use, fast and a very useful tool. It can be customized according to the needs of each organization, being able to adjust the frequency and timings of the sending of each survey.
Another characteristic and benefit of Team Insights is that it allows you to know where the data comes from: you will know which specific aspects of your company make employees feel committed to it, allowing you to make decisions that boost that commitment.
In conclusion, the commitment of a team is one of the most important assets that companies must take into consideration if they want to differentiate themselves from the competition and stand out.
The first step to working on it is to measure it, and Team Insights offers you all the tools you need in one easy to use solution, saving you time and resources.