Free Team measurement of Mood, Satisfaction and Engagement!
Is there a lot of stress or dissatisfaction in your organization? Or are your teams full of energy and engagement? What are the reasons for this? And how can you tackle problems? Find out with 2DAYSMOOD!
You can already start a free baseline measurement of work happiness with 6 people. By evaluating moods and the current and desired status of 4 engagement drivers (leadership, direct manager, colleagues, social values), you discover where the essential points for improvement are in your team.
Improve the mood and performance withing your team!
After the first week you will allready see (anonymous) results in a realtime dashboard and a weekly mood report for the team. After 6 weeks you have completed the baseline survey within the theme “people” including the employee Net Promoter Score!
With a minimum of 6 people, you can start quickly and easily, to improve your working culture and team performance.
The free baseline measurement in short
Choose your test group
With which colleagues will you make a first scan of work happiness and satisfaction in your team or organization? You can choose an number of (enthusiastic) participants (at least 6). Also think of support from HR or management.
15 Second surveyEvery week, participants receive an anonymous 15 second survey via email or app. The survey consists of 3 steps with questions about mood and satisfaction. Via a weekly report you will receive interim insight into the captured moods.
Analyzing dataAfter 6 weeks the baseline is set. In the data dashboards you can now see where the success factors and problem areas are in your working environment. The result is a blueprint for specific interventions and follow-up measurements.
How does the 15 second survey work?
Step 1: Mood
How do you feel at work today? Employees can choose from several science based emotions. By monitoring people’s mood, you can prevent longterm stress or dissatisfaction.
Step 2: Drivers of work happiness
The second question digs into the drivers of work happiness, such as leadership and relationship with colleagues. We measure their level of satisfaction and importance.
How can you analyze results?
- Mood percentages: how are the moods in your team from week to week?
- Mood trends: how do stress or employee happiness levels develop over time?
- Driver scores: what is the level of satisfaction with ‘social values’ or ‘leadership’?
- eNPS score: would your employees recommend their own employer to others?
- Tips and advice: how can you deal with stress or low energy levels in your team?