As soon as a survey is completed, the first action to take is to share the results with your teams.
As soon as a survey is completed, the first action to take is to communicate the results with your teams. You can publish them in your newsletters, internal gazettes, or even plan dedicated times to share the results, etc.
It is thanks to these presentations that your employees will feel listened to. This is what will allow you to engage them in the feedback process and thus boost participation in future surveys.
In this article:
- Feedback tools
- Good practices
To communicate the results, Supermood provides you with several tools according to your needs and constraints.
The report is a summary of the survey responses. You can easily export it in PDF or PowerPoint format and distribute the results as is.
An added bonus: when you export your report in PowerPoint format, you have the option of adding comparison filters.
⚠️ For a comparison slide to be generated, several conditions must be met.
Custom reports (available in the dashboard menu) allow you to combine the results of multiple surveys into a single presentation - very handy for annual points.
Once created, you can export them in PowerPoint format. For more information, check out our article: Create a report on all results.
Automatic results sharing feature
By activating the automatic results sharing feature, your employees will have access to the company's scores from previous surveys and will be able to compare their perceptions.
ℹ️ Only closed-ended question scores are shared with coworkers.
This feature can be activated in one click from the campaign settings, either by an administrator or a campaign owner.
Display from the interface
You can also choose dedicated time with your teams to review the results from your Supermood interface. Use our guide to facilitate a discussion around the results: Discussion Guide.
If it is difficult to set up a dedicated time to share the results, an email is already a step in the right direction for your feedback. You can find our email template to be adapted according to each situation in the article: A word from the psychologist - How to report your results?
In order to make your employees feel confident, we suggest these good practices when sharing results.
- An action-oriented approach
When you share the results, suggest an action to be taken or open the discussion on a few key subjects.
- Confidentiality first!
We recommend that you avoid sharing raw comments with your teams. It's best to share only the main topics revealed by the feedback to avoid having a writing style recognized.
You have shared the results and identified the key topics for your teams? You can now establish an action plan.