Inpulse Features in HR Magazine: How to lead with data in times of crisis

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Stuart Bagnell, Chief of Culture at shared about the power of Inpulse’s emotional analytics with HR Magazine.

Ultimately, analysing data cannot be a one-off occurrence. Long-term views are necessary to track shifts over time, assess the success of decision-making and guide future changes.

When our own strategies were guided by data during the pandemic, the percentage of the workforce experiencing positive emotions rose from 54% in 2020 to 62% in 2021 (compared to an industry average of 60%).

Employee wellbeing scores also maintained high levels of 75% in 2020 and 2021, while the number of employees feeling anxious dropped from 28% to 15%.

Using people data in this way allows for the continual transformation of business culture and a commitment to talent, ensuring we can navigate crises together.

‘How to lead with data in times of crisis’ – HR Magazine, May 2022

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