Helping with Communication2020-02-05T09:24:14+00:00

HELPING WITH COMMUNICATION

Get your people talking...

Lift employee experience, with open-door communication surveys

Internal communications have a direct impact on long-term business success. Equip your company with the right tools, starting with an employee communication survey that encourages your people to speak up, increase value-alignment, and drive employee satisfaction.

Do you know what your people really think?

Assuming your employees are happy can lead to serious trouble.

Too often, employees keep quiet about the key issues affecting them, leading to unexpected staff turnover, low morale, and significant reputational damage.

If left unaddressed, this can turn critical.

44% of employees feel their managers don’t provide clear information about the company’s vision, impacting their ability to create purposeful change within their roles.

Unlock the voice of your business

Implementing a communication survey helps uncover hidden communication issues, management problems, and misalignments, keeping you and your people on the same page.

Make better managerial decisions

Put in place reward systems that respond to your team’s emotional triggers. Understand which emotions are running your business, making better strategic and managerial decisions.

Generate open conversations

Lead honest conversations about improving workplace culture and create a shift in the experiences of your top employees.

Evaluate your internal communications

Learn how effective your communication actually is. By implementing a ‘deep listening’ approach and prioritizing emotions, your employees will feel empowered to share their honest experiences.

Our approach? Start with why…

Without the causes, all change is superficial.

Our employee communication survey integrates this philosophy, encouraging employees to speak up about how they feel, and why.

Start active listening

Each employee is unique, just as each culture is unique. Find out if your employees identify with your brand and culture while empowering each individual to speak up about their experiences.

Understand the key themes

Categorise your engagement survey answers into key themes: commitment to the organisation, reward and recognition, job satisfaction, disengagement, etc.

Learn which emotions are running your teams, and what can be done to change them.

Turn trust into a business advantage

Our customers report experiencing greater trust and teamwork amongst employees and management after implementing a communication and engagement survey. With greater trust in your brand employees will feel more at ease, allowing them to work at their highest levels.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to create a change management plan2020-04-16T16:00:13+00:00

To implement a change management plan, you will need to set yourself a number of objectives. You will need to determine what goals are essential for the future of your business, how extensive the changes are going to be, who needs to be involved and anticipate any forms of resistance to these changes. For example, using Inpulse’s change management plan software and quarterly or annual surveys to analyse the progress in communication between line managers and their colleagues would be one step in creating your change management plan.

How to implement a change management plan2020-04-16T15:50:05+00:00

To implement a change management plan or change management plan software, you will need first to hold a meeting with any important stakeholders and explain what changes need to be made. After that, it is a combination of uncovering performance data using platforms and software and then communicating this with everyone involved. Setting goals and hosting regular meetings to check on the progress of these targets is the best way of ensuring that changes stay implemented. For example, talking with line managers about how to tackle any resistance would be a good part of any change management implementation plan.

How to implement a change management process2020-04-16T15:54:15+00:00

Implementing a change management process involves creating a structured plan. To form a process, you need to create each stage of it. The first should realistically be to get hold of the big data, and the second should be to analyse it. From then on, you will need to include communicating the changes that need to be made and how to sustain them.

What are change management tools?2020-04-16T09:07:37+00:00

Tools or strategies used in change management are anything that can be used to alleviate tensions that arise during a shift in process, staff or software. Change management tools might be needed for collecting feedback, implementing plans, structuring training programs and more.

What is a change management process?2020-04-16T15:56:51+00:00

A strategic change management process should involve all the steps both before and after creating your change management plan. The aim of change management process is to keep track of how the plan and resources managed are being implemented. So these would be recognising any changes to employee engagement and creating a business plan and meeting with line managers to discuss how to improve communication. Many ask, ‘What is change management process in software terms?’ This is when you use software to keep track of the processes in place to implement your change management process.

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