Presentation on theme: "Leadership MOT Version 1. The Leadership MOT survey is a tool which will help leaders to benchmark their leadership capabilities within Nuffield Health."— Presentation transcript:
The Leadership MOT survey is a tool which will help leaders to benchmark their leadership capabilities within Nuffield Health as well as understand what drives employee behaviour and engagement The Leadership MOT will be led by leaders within the business and not be driven by Central Office. The survey aims to help support leaders by letting them see how they are doing from a leadership perspective and help them identify ways to help them improve their leadership The aim of the Leadership MOT survey is to improve Nuffield Health’s leadership and management approach and capability, create a Nuffield Health culture across the company, improve our people processes and increase employee engagement with Nuffield Health Set of 13 questions and a free text field – 2 questions relate to employee engagement and satisfaction, the rest are aligned to our Brand Values. Online questionnaire hosted by Survey Monkey What is the Leadership MOT?
Questions 1.I believe that I have the right tools to do my job well - Enterprising 2.I am provided with opportunities, encouragement and support to develop my job skills - Enterprising 3.I am encouraged to focus on customer needs - Passion for Health 4.I understand and champion the mission and purpose of Nuffield Health - Passionate 5.At Nuffield Health there is open, two-way communication with information relevant to my role - Caring 6.I am clear about what I’m expected to achieve in my role - Independent 7.I recognise that my job is important to the success of Nuffield Health - Independent 8.I feel that my concerns, views and ideas are listened to at all times - Caring 9.I receive praise or recognition when I do good work - Independent 10.Nuffield Health allows me to strike a balance between my work and my home life - Caring 11.I am treated fairly and with respect - Caring 12.I would recommend Nuffield Health as a great place to work to friends and family – Satisfaction 13.How likely are you to recommend our products and services to friends and family? - Satisfaction
Manager is sent a link to the Leadership MOT portal which is a toolkit containing: About the Leadership MOT survey Responsibilities as a leader Frequently asked questions Template materials to support in communications to teams Email templates Poster templates Top Tips for sharing your results Cascade templates How questions relate to Brand values HR to support leaders with the process and follow up Reports created internally by the Insights & Planning team http://www.nuffieldhealth.com/leadership-mot Toolkit
Reports created internally by the Insights & Planning team There has to be a minimum of 8 respondents to activate a report The HR & Leadership Teams will have sight of the reports Scoring based on the Net Promoter Score (NPS) 0-10 system widely used in Consumer and Corporate Wellbeing. The overall NPS score is based on the % of promoter responses (9-10) minus % of detractor responses (0-6) NPS that is positive (i.e. higher than zero) is felt to be good, and an NPS of +50 is excellent Reports RespondentScoreDescription Promoters9-10Loyal enthusiasts who have received service excellence and will advocate the service to others. Passives7-8Generally satisfied but unenthusiastic service consumers, will often turn to alternative methods if available to get the job done. Detractors0-6Generally unhappy consumers who can damage the reputation of the service offering by prolific detrimental word of mouth. Will only use service is absolutely necessary with frustration and resentment.
Will I get a report? Leader has 8 respondents? Individual report created Added to the department report No Yes Department has 8 respondents? Department report created Added to the divisional/site/ function report Added to the divisional/site/ function report No Yes Division/site/ function has 8 respondents? Division/site/ function has 8 respondents? Division/site/ function report created Division/site/ function report created Added to the overall Nuffield Health Report No Yes
Page 1 Provides a mean score and RAG code for each question to emphasise where things are going well and where they could improve. 0 – 5.49 = Red 5.5 – 7.49 = Yellow 7.5 and above = Green Overall NPS score to enable comparison & tracking Based on the % of promoter responses (9-10) minus % of detractor responses (0-6) The Friends & Family mean score to enable reporting, comparison & tracking Based on the NHS response scale of 1 (extremely likely) to 5 (extremely unlikely). Page 2 Provides a % breakdown of promoters (green), passives (yellow) and detractors (red) for each question Promoters = Happy & engaged Passives = Neither happy nor unhappy not particularly engaged Detractors = Unhappy & actively disengaged. Page 3 Provides any comments left by the individuals completing the survey. Usually a good source of data as to how people are really feeling. Interpreting the reports
1.Review results What is going well? What areas require some additional focus? What has surprised you? What has encouraged you? Are there any quick wins? 2.Share Results Seek every opportunity to share the results through existing meetings and written communication Set up a series of team meetings or listening groups Ask for volunteers to act as ‘change champions You may choose to manage which comments you share or keep for the management teams info only. 3.Action Planning Best practice suggests focusing on 3 areas you want to really focus on. Pull together an ‘Action Plan’ and keep everyone up-dated on progress. Celebrate success – identify what actions have been achieved and communicate this monthly or as appropriate. Whichever way the results are shared, think about both low scores (and what actions or solutions will improve them) and high scores (and what you need to do to maintain this positive feedback). Be careful not to take too much on at once – and place equal focus on what you are doing well and areas for improvement. What next?