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Upcoming Webinar! – Learning to “Nudge” – Avoiding Resistance in Surveys

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Upcoming Webinar! – Learning to “Nudge” – Avoiding Resistance in Surveys
 

Please join OrgVitality’s Dr. Scott Brooks for the next session in our 2014 complimentary webinar series!

 

Learning to “Nudge” – Avoiding Resistance in Surveys

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014  at 12:30 PM EDT, 9:30 AM PST

BY: Scott Brooks, Ph.D.

Your employee survey is well-designed and executed.  And yet… the impact is not what it could be.  Follow-through with meaningful action is moderate at best.  Executives may lose focus.  And it’s harder than it should be just to get people to take the survey in the first place.

But there is hope. Most employees want to do a good job.  Front line workers up through top executives want to improve their own and their organization’s performance.

This webinar is about the little things that help people to live up to their own good intentions – the “nudges” that are easy to implement, grounded in recent advances in behavioral science, and collectively can make a big difference in the impact of your survey program.

Many examples of proven nudges will be shared, including:

  • What is the best way to use a little social pressure to improve survey response rates?
  • How can you quickly frame open-ended comments to generate more useful suggestions?
  • How can you prime managers to increase the gusto with which they act on survey results?

You will learn in this webinar:

  1. Characteristics of Nudges – what they are, when they are most useful, and how to design them;
  2. Practical examples of Nudges in all facets of employee surveys – where you need to increase survey participation, useful feedback, and action on results; and
  3. A checklist for using Nudges back home in your own work.

Learn how to Nudge!

This program has been approved for HR Certification Institute credit. 

Register here:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5065009520353425666

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinars. We look forward to “seeing” you there!

 

-The OV Team

 

 

 

 Scott Brooks

Join veteran survey consultant and researcher Scott Brooks, Ph.D. for this focused, entertaining, practical, and highly efficient webinar.

Dr. Scott Brooks is a partner and vice president of employee surveys and organizational research at OrgVitality.  With over twenty years of experience, he consults with organizations and individuals to drive strategic change based on surveys, HR metrics, and research that illuminates the connections between leadership, operations, customer loyalty and business results.  Prior to OrgVitality, he led the consulting group within Kenexa’s survey practice, was the West Coast General Manager and an executive consultant for Gantz Wiley Research, and also worked internally within organizational development for a division of Target, Inc.

Nationally recognized and frequently cited, Scott has consulted to improve the effectiveness of some of the most impressive organizations on the planet, representing diverse industries such as financial services, high tech, health care, hospitality, retail, non-profit, public sector, and other service industries. He has authored numerous presentations and publications based on strategic human resources, research linking HR metrics to business performance, surveys and other job attitude and measurement topics. He frequently speaks at national conferences and company meetings.

Written by Jeffrey M. Saltzman

August 10, 2014 at 6:13 pm

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