Use these employee engagement survey questions and my 7-point employee engagement strategy to get your team moving fast and strong!
got 'fast and strong' on my mind lately. You see, I’m a big NASCAR fan.
That's me on the pit road of my favorite driver, Dale Jr. #88, before a
recent Atlanta Motor Speedway Race.
Every week I watch the races on t.v. I was excited to be there live that week!
No matter where I'm watching, I can tell when a team's working well together by how fast and strong the driver is going.
When the team's really working together, everything comes together, and it makes race day look magical. That 'well-oiled' team is poised to win the race, and maybe even the season.
When I observe high performing teams (in NASCAR or in business) I see these characteristics, they are:
What would be the probable business outcome if your team was operating like the list above? You’d have:
How do you create this type of team power? How can you get your team to be 'Fast and Strong'?
The Gallup Organization polled 1 million employees from a broad range of companies, industries and countries to determine what top talent employees need from their workplace.
Gallup’s survey results are revealed in the book: First, Break All the Rules: What the World's Greatest Managers Do Differently
The 12 Best Employee Engagement Survey Questions
Through that research Gallup determined that high performance teams and the strength of the workplace can be assessed with these twelve questions:
If you want a your team to move 'fast and strong' refer back to these survey questions and begin using them in your workplace immediately.
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Talented employees need great managers and leaders. Being a great manager and leader starts with asking the right questions. And then taking the results and addressing needs with a plan for action.
The Seven Point Employee Engagement Survey Plan, based on Gallup’s twelve questions, is simple and clear. It will help you create a team that moves fast and strong!