The Trust Inside Assessments enable organizations to measure trust – not just in leaders, but across the entire organization. The surveys measure at three different levels:
Flexible people are more adaptable to change and have a greater ability to gain endorsement for their initiatives, projects and proposals. The Flexibility and Trust Survey explores three subscales of flexibility and provides measurement across a range of capabilities, including:
The assessment gives leaders immediate feedback from team members about just how flexible they are, and how effective they are at building trust. It provides a detailed starting point that creates self-awareness and understanding, enabling individuals to pinpoint and improve their interpersonal skills, resulting in more effective workplace relationships.
Sound strategy relies on team alignment. Whether it is among a front-line team in operations or the senior team around the boardroom table, getting into alignment is often the biggest challenge of implementing a decision. When there is a lack of alignment in teams, it can be a highly time-wasting, morale-sapping – and ultimately costly – problem.
Teams need to be in alignment on the direction they’re going, and on the outcomes they are aiming to achieve. When measuring alignment, it is vital to look at two critical areas – clarity and approval.
The Team Alignment Survey measures clarity and approval across six critical areas:
High levels of alignment cannot be achieved without a high level of trust, so we also measure the trust level within the team.
This survey can be particularly effective in change management as Team Alignment can be measured and compared over time as the team navigates organizational transitions. By developing a high degree of alignment, teams can ensure that future challenges are met swiftly and deliberately, and with a healthy degree of debate.
Employee engagement is just the starting point. Passionate employees take your organization to the next level.
The Employee Passion Survey doesn’t just measure how passionate your employees are, it identifies the needs and personal values that leaders must fulfill in order to increase the employees’ level of passion.
In 22 questions, the Employee Passion Survey will measure:
In simple, vivid graphics the Employee Passion Survey will tell you the percentage of passionate employees within your organization. It will also pinpoint the areas where your organization is performing well, and areas where improvement is needed.