The Power of Following Up

16 Apr

My colleagues Merle Riepe, Danielle Seymour and I recently wrote an article about the importance of following up on employee engagement survey results. We know that when you conduct a survey you are setting an expectation that something is going to happen, and leaders who have engagement surveys conducted where they work should be aware of what is at stake if you don’t follow up. The research we conducted on this topic is compelling.

Follow-Up: The Power of Positive Feedback Woody Allen is famously quoted as saying “Eighty percent of success is showing up.” We’re pretty sure there’s more to it than that, but when it comes to developing a more engaged workforce, Mr. Allen is actually on to something. Read the full SilverLink article from SilverStone Group’s website.

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