Employee Engagement Cycle: Input

Employee Engagement Cycle: InputEmployee Engagement is an ongoing process that consists of three stages: input, discussion and action.

Input involves gathering perspectives on the following questions:

  • How are we doing when it comes to creating the conditions that foster employee engagement?
  • What are we doing well?
  • Where do we need to do better?

The video below offers an example of some of the ways that input can be gathered.

1. Watch the Video

2. Review the Employee Engagement Input Quick Guide

Gathering feedback from your employees can be done in a variety of ways - conversations in 1:1 check-ins, faculty/staff meetings, individual or team discussions, employee engagement survey, etc.

Review the quick guide below to learn more about gathering input, especially if the formal employee engagement survey is not available, and what questions to consider.

View Printable Guide

3. Apply - Check what you have learned so far

Work through the quiz below to see how you would gather input and what to look out for.

Self-Check Quiz

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