Free webinar: getting started with continuous measurement

By Robin van der Meulen | 23/09/2021

Do you want to get started with continuously measuring employee engagement and employee happiness? But you don't know yet how to measure continuously? And what are the benefits of that? Good news! To get off to a flying start, you can join the webinar for free. In this, our Culture Improvement Expert explains how to start with continuous measurement and how the 2DAYSMOOD tool works.

Join the webinar!

At 2DAYSMOOD, we know that regularly measuring employee engagement, happiness and mood has many positive effects. That's why we're happy to show you how you can get started with it! In just half an hour, Richard, Culture Improvement Expert at 2DAYSMOOD, tells you everything you need to know about continuous measurement and how to do that with the 2DAYSMOOD tool.

Join the webinar, because...

  • You're interested in continuous measurement
  • You would like to keep your finger on the pulse when it comes to employee moods.
  • You are looking for tools to get started.
  • Our expert tells you everything you need!

The webinar is given every week on Wednesday. So you can join whenever it suits you!

Every Wednesday at 12:15-12:45pm EST

Are you a partner of 2DAYSMOOD and do you want to stay updated on the possibilities on the tool? Do you need to take a peek how our experts present the tool in a demo? Join the webinar!

Join the webinar!

Or send an e-mail to: [email protected]


Who will give the webinar?

Richard van de Horst

  Culture Improvement Expert

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