FROM SURVEYS TO SUCCESS
The most important part of the research/surveys is what we do with the results.
That is, the key to the employee engagement survey, or any other surveys, is not the score itself—it’s how well we, as leaders, share the results with staff and how we communicate actions based on their feedback.
In education, we administer engagement surveys to employees to measure how successful leaders are at providing an environment that allows employees to reach their highest potential. It is important for leaders to communicate survey feedback to their employees and share action plans, if they want to lead a high-performing organization.
In Arlington ISD, parent satisfaction ratings increased on surveys that the district administered. They shared these results and discovered an impressive outcome:
“Results were presented at Thursday night’s school board meeting, where the trustees approved a $508.4 million budget for next year.”