You may be an outstanding leader…
But you’re not a mind reader!
Don’t worry, though. The Employee Morale Snapshot will tell you everything you need to know.
As the leader of an organization are you certain that your employees and volunteers are happy and that their needs are being met? Are their Jars of Goodwill full? Hey, you’re smart…but you can’t read minds. You’ll never really know what your employees and volunteers are thinking unless you tell them that you want their honest feedback…and then provide a way for them to give that feedback that feels safe and is completely anonymous.
I have a track record for getting remarkably honest feedback from employees (I never tell who said what), and the leader receives a hefty report detailing how employees truly feel about their jobs, their bosses, and other aspects of the workplace. And most importantly, the report includes many specific recommendations for increasing morale. Many are quick fixes, and the majority don’t cost a thing to implement.
“I want our company to be a phenomenal place to work. We felt that our employees were happy and engaged on the job, but you never know for sure unless you have an objective process for asking. Janet assessed the level of employee morale and we found out we’re definitely on the right path—but she gave us so many good ideas for making morale even higher. She also identified some employee concerns we weren’t even aware of that were small at the time, but would have grown into bigger problems if not corrected. Since then, Janet has conducted two more Employee Morale Snapshot assessments for us, and we plan to have her repeat it every nine months or so to make sure we’re staying on track.” Scott Hedrick, CEO, Pro Athlete Inc., Kansas City, MO
When you know what you need to do to keep those Jars of Goodwill full, and you pretty much do those things, your employees and volunteers will sing the praises of your organization and its leaders. It’ll boost your bottom line and strengthen your reputation. And that’s why Janet named her company The Power of Goodwill.