Beyond Engagement Surveys
Employee engagement was a good start. But we can do better.
How can we move beyond current Employee Engagement thinking? Much has changed since engagement surveys were first (and rightly) acclaimed in the early-2000s. But now technology has accelerated, organisations are less stable and more unpredictable.
Organisational transformations are increasingly dynamic and complex. To perform, Boards now need deep and timely data to re-focus their change efforts and make rapid decisions. Data provided by engagement surveys no longer cuts it.
To make better decisions, leaders require deeper and more useful insights into engagement, performance, and culture. This on-demand webinar shows what this looks like.
Watch now to learn:
- How we can build on and move beyond the current Employee Engagement thinking.
- The importance of measuring the powerful drivers of change – adaptive variables like team dynamics, cross-functional relationships, mindsets, and system changes.
- Gain deeper and more useful insight into engagement, performance, and culture and ultimately help our leaders to make better decisions.
Watch this webinar on demand. A confirmation will be sent to your email address with links to download the slides and recording.
Dr Alex Stol – Director, Adaptive Evaluation
Adaptive Evaluation helps organisations obtain accurate information on how their culture and strategy are tracking in their dynamic organisational contexts. It also provides a measurement for broader OD interventions and initiatives.
In Adaptive Evaluation Alex uses experience and skills developed across corporate, community and education – challenging, complex, interdependent, unstable contexts to help organisations navigate measurement of their interventions. The purpose is to help individuals and organisations measure so they can perform to their potential.
Andrew Brown – Director and Co-Founder, Adaptive Cultures
Adaptive Cultures has been recognised by senior executive and board levels as ‘turning around’ cultures, leadership behaviours and results, helping leaders to make changes with a substantial positive impact on the wider organisation and community.
Andrew’s passion is to support people to bring their innate compassion and wisdom into creating humane and impactful places to work. Andrew has been drawn to the work of building adaptive capacity, as he believes it is essential in order for our organisations, industries and communities to grow and thrive.