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Slide 2 Todays Topic Well be taking a look at… The Gallup Engagement Survey- How to access, interpret, and act on your results
Slide 3 Todays Presenter Heather Mason Williams, Senior Organization Development Consultant Nina Karp, Research Data Analyst Place picture of Presenter Name here
Slide 4 Session Segments Presentation Heather and Nina will address the Gallup Engagement survey. During Heather and Nina's presentation, your phone will be muted. Q&A After the presentation, well hold a Q&A session. Well open up the phone lines, and youll be able to ask questions. Heather and Nina will answer as many of your questions as time allows.
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Slide 8 The Gallup Engagement Survey- How to access, interpret, and act on your results
Slide 9 Agenda Define Engagement Validating the Q12 How to access your report How to read your report Review the 4 steps of Priority Outcome Action Plan Discuss Select Plan Follow –Up
Slide 1010 Whats the best moment youve ever had at work ?
Slide How did you feel during your best moment at work?
Slide 16 Validating the Q12 Analysis of: l 955,905 employees l 32,394 business units l 152 organizations l 44 industries l 26 countries Correlations of Q 12 to: l absenteeism l turnover/retention l employee theft l safety l quality l customer metrics l productivity l budgetary goals 16
Slide 18 Accessing your report To access the website, just log into and click on the Gallup Online icon in the left margin. 18
Slide 19 Accessing your report 19
Slide 20 Accessing your report 20
Slide 21 Accessing the report of someone who reports to you 21
Slide 22 Reading your report: cover 22
Slide 23 Reading your report: page 1 23
Slide 24 Understanding the scale No! Yes!
Slide 25 Reading your report: page 2 25
Slide 26 Reading your report: page 2 26
Slide 27 Reading your report: pages 3-6 Your direct reports Your rollup OR your managers rollup The entire university 27
Slide 28 Variations If you have fewer than 10 direct reports… If you have fewer than 5 direct reports… 28
Slide 29 If you have managers who report to you… 29
Slide 30 Rollup report: cover 30
Slide 31 Rollup report: page 3-6 Your rollup (everyone who reports to you AND everyone who reports to them) Your managers rollup (includes your rollup) The entire university 31
Slide 32 4 Steps of Priority Outcome Action Plan I.Discuss II.Select III. Plan IV. Follow – Up 32
Slide Priority Outcome Action Planning I.Discuss Set the stage for the team where the focus of the session is…. 1. To choose a specific Priority Outcome either a specific challenge, opportunity or project. 2. Select two relevant Q 12 items. 3. And to craft an Action Plan that attacks all three.
Slide Priority Outcome Action Planning II.Select 1.Choose the Priority Outcome – the challenge, opportunity, or project on which your Team will focus. 2.Use the Q 12 Survey Results to pick two questions most relevant to the selected business-related outcome 3.Divide the team into two sub-groups with each sub-group focusing on one of the two Q 12 items.
Slide Priority Outcome Action Planning III.Plan – Instructions for Each Group 1.Brainstorm barriers to engagement for their chosen element (i.e. why wasnt the score on the chosen engagement element higher?). The barriers should be relevant to the business outcome they selected. 2.Brainstorm potential action items to attack the these barriers. 3.Choose the two best action items. 4.Modify the two selected action items so that they meet the SMARTS criteria.
Slide Move From Dialogue to Action: Make Sure Your Action Items Have SMARTS
Slide Priority Outcome Action Planning III.Plan – Instructions for Each Group- Cont. 5.Present out the finalized action items for the other sub- group to make suggestions 6.Document the action items in the Gallup Online system (see help sheet).
Slide Priority Outcome Action Planning IV. Follow-Up In regular monthly meeting, as one agenda item taking no more than 10 minutes, the manager should…. 1.Passes out a copy of the documented Priority Outcome Action Plan to everyone 2. Asks the Team, Did we do what we said we were going to do? 3. Asks the Team, Did it make any difference whatsoever? 4. Then the Team should make any necessary adjustments to the action plan. 5. Repeat monthly
Slide 39 Special Situations for Action Planning My team is new and we dont have survey results that represent our team I only have three direct reports and I didnt get survey results. How can I Action Plan with my team? I have a very large team. How do I Action Plan with them?
Slide 40 Conclusion Define Engagement Validating the Q12 How to access your report How to read your report Review the 4 steps of Priority Outcome Action Plan Discuss Select Plan Follow –Up
Slide 41 Were going to open the phone lines now! There will be a slight pause, and then a recorded voice will provide instructions on how to ask questions over this conference call line. Well be answering questions in the order that we receive them. Well also be answering the questions that were ed to us during the presentation. If theres a question that we cant answer, well do some research after this session, and then the answer to all participants. Q&A
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