We can help you with our free Realtime Monitor and simple start-up plan!
Due to the crisis situation, we are working in uncertainty and remotely. This is exhausting for employees, so connection, transparency and trust remain essential! But as a CEO, HR or team leader you think ahead. How do you get out of this survival mode while stress and dissatisfaction are a real threat?
Start by understanding your reality.
- What is the positive and negative impact of the crisis in your team(s)?
- Do employees still feel motivated and engaged?
- Where can you improve step by step to perform optimally again?
With our fast anonymous surveys you continuously receive reliable feedback.
Asking teams for feedback is essential!
We make that process as easy, reliable and fun as possible. How the Monitor works? Employees complete a simple survey within 60 seconds, via email or app, completely anonymously. Participants then receive a team report with the anonymized data every week. This feedback is a proven tool to stimulate open and sincere communication and actions in (remote) teams and organisations.
Next, you can measure the effect of your actions with our in-depth surveys. In the realtime data dashboard you can see the total overview of feedback, scores with priority, trends and differences between teams!
This allows you to respond quickly and adjust. So you can successfully navigate to a new normal, in co-creation and with support of employees.
These organizations are creating the best possible culture!
Using Science to build a Sustainable, Engaged and Remote Culture
Scientific research proves that happy and engaged employees ensure organizational success. But in these uncertain times, the factors that influence employee happiness and engagement are changing. The survey questions of our Monitor have therefore been developed after extensive research and meta-analyzes. They are focused on this crisis situation, in which distance and connection play a major role.
Increase in motivation
For 4 weeks you will get free access to the Remote Experience Monitor including: fast survey tool (standard questions), secure realtime dashboards, weekly reports and Education platform.
What will the measuring process look like?
- Week 1: Remote Experience questions (baseline)
- Week 2-4: Mood & Actions (monitor effect)
How to continue? (optional paid version)
- Realtime insight stress, excitement, (dis)satisfaction
- Repeat Remote Experience questions (changes & effect)
- Open/Custom questions New Normal (co-creation)
After completing the form we will call you to fix the setup!
We just need official approval and participants’ email addresses
To help the world, we want to donate all aggregated and anonimized data to research, only for the purpose of analyzing and learning from the impact of the global pandemic on organizations. As a thank you for your participation, on top of valuable insights, you will get access to 2DAYSMOOD’s E-learning center for professional development.
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