Over the years, a lot of studies has been done on engagement and motivation in the workplace. Together with experts in the field, we have compiled hundreds of research reports and identified the 7 most important drivers that impact employee engagement.
In the Engagement radar, each of these 7 drivers is represented by different questions.
These questions representing the drivers have all been tested with different organizations and employee categories and their correlation with employee engagement has been verified by data scientists.
The Engagement radar results will display an overall engagement score, a score for each individual driver, driver trends, comparisons as well as benchmarks - all in one view.
Activating the engagement model will also provide coaching for managers and employees; suggesting actions within each driver on how to improve the results for the next measurement.
When running the Engagement radar, you have the option to choose to start a continuous measurement or a baseline measurement.
The continuous measurement will automatically send out a variation of questions and you will continuously get updates (according to your preferred frequency) for overall engagement and individual driver scores with very little effort. Read more about the continuous measurement Here.
If you wish to get a starting point for your strengths and weaknesses as an organization, we recommend scheduling a baseline measurement. Read more about the baseline measurement Here.
Want to learn more about the science behind the Engagement radar? Read this article.