Create lasting impact with an HR tool designed for your people, not for HR. The Weekly10 check-in is built on neurolinguistics and nudge-theory. By checking in regularly, your people get into the habit of giving and getting feedback. Your employees feel more connected to their team and managers, and in turn, their engagement and performance improves.
The little and often approach means your people get more regular performance relate feedback to help them drive their own development and success. And your managers better understand employee engagement.
Traditional ways to deliver feedback at work aren’t effective. That’s because monthly, quarterly, or annual reviews focus on events that happened too long ago. Feedback becomes irrelevant.
Feedback from different sources helps your people to develop a larger range of skills. Manager feedback helps with incremental improvements and keeps everyone aligned to team goals. Whereas peer recognition boosts morale and feeling valued. And 360 feedback encourages your people to develop their soft skills. All of these can be pulled into performance conversations, which makes Weekly10 the complete tool to help managers and HR leaders understand employee engagement.
If your engagement is lagging or performance is dropping, then speak to our people science team.
We’ll help you better understand employee engagement, performance and wellbeing, including the benefits, pitfalls and behavioural hacks that drive success.
We’re on hand for 1:1 support, coaching and manager development sessions to help you boost engagement and impact performance. Or if you just want to chat over the latest Dan Ariely book, that’s cool too!
Everything Weekly10 does is founded in understanding human behaviour – and most particularly, in helping your team understand and manage to that as well.
Director of Operations @ Pivot Point Security
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