In today's competitive business environment, it is essential to understand your employees and their needs to ensure a successful organization. LEON's narrative paths provide a process for continual follow-up that can help you get a better insight into your employees and the overall effectiveness of your organization. Narrative paths are designed to target specific areas for improvement while virtually eliminating survey fatigue and survey bias.
In this article, we will discuss what narrative paths are, how they can help you understand your employees, how they can reduce survey fatigue and bias, the benefits of using them, and how you can get started with narrative paths.
LEON's Narrative paths are a powerful tool used help organizations understand their employees and improve their performance. By leveraging the power of machine learning, LEON analyzes employee survey data and creates narrative paths for each employee. These paths are designed to provide continual follow-up for employees based on diagnostic survey responses, allowing you to target specific areas for improvement.
The process works by analyzing the data gathered from diagnostic surveys and creating a narrative path that follows each employee's progress over time. This allows LEON to continually follow up with each employee to work towards an accurate diagnosis of their needs and abilities. By leveraging these narrative paths, you can ensure that your people data remains continually enriched.
Finally, LEON uses these paths to target each employee with questions that are relevant to their individual situation. This allows you to identify areas of improvement or struggle more accurately than your typical pulse or engagement survey, providing valuable insight into how best to manage your team's performance. In this way, narrative paths can be used as an effective tool for understanding your employees' needs and developing organizational health strategies more effectively.
Narrative paths are a great way to reduce survey fatigue and survey bias. By following up with employees based on previous responses and trouble areas, organizations can keep track of organizational health in real-time, by only surveying the right people, at the right time, in the right way.
This process helps to reduce the risk of organizational health issues, while also giving organizations an opportunity to identify potential areas for improvement in the workplace.
Narrative paths also allow companies to focus on individual employees, rather than making generalizations about their performance and well-being. This allows organizations to get a better understanding of each employee's unique strengths and weaknesses, so they can be targeted with specific strategies or other initiatives.
By using this process, organizations can also eliminate survey fatigue by automatically sending out follow-up surveys after certain intervals or when specific data needs to be enriched based on question and response half-lives. This ensures that surveys remain relevant and timely for employees and employers, reducing the need for engagement trend data, and giving you accurate, diagnostic organizational health insights.
Finally, these paths can help reduce survey bias by allowing for anonymous responses from employees who may not feel comfortable providing feedback for fear of reprisal or judgment from supervisors. Narrative paths allow companies to collect feedback from all employees regardless of rank or position within the organization, which provides a more accurate picture of how each employee is performing and feeling about their work environment.
The use of narrative paths in understanding organizational health can provide a wide range of advantages to organizations. By utilizing this approach, employers can customize conversations with individual employees and gain valuable insights into individual and organizational health. This helps reduce the potential for survey fatigue or bias due to repetitive responses from each person. It also ensures that every response is as accurate and comprehensive as possible.
Additionally, narrative paths give an insight into the dynamics of an organization by providing a better understanding of how different departments operate concerning organizational health. This allows you to improve strategy implementation at a level never seen in a typical engagement survey process.
To sum up, using LEON Insight and it narrative paths. technology is a strategic tool that offers numerous benefits for organizations. Its ability to virtually eliminate survey fatigue and bias while helping identify areas for improvement is invaluable in understanding your workforce effectively. With LEON's narrative paths, you can ensure your business will reap maximum rewards from its staff members.
Getting started with LEON Insight is simple and straightforward. Our team of Performance Managers will help drive engagement and success from day one.
1. Meet with our Performance Managers to understand the scope of the engagement and current issues within the organization.
2. Once an understanding of the scope of the engagement has been established, our team will structure your first diagnostic survey.
3. The initial diagnostic will look at over 28 individual and organizational insights, and will work to establish a baseline against over one million established benchmarks. This process will usually take up to two weeks.
4. Once a baseline has been established, the LEON Insight algorithm will automate reminders and follow-up diagnostics within each narrative path so that employees stay engaged throughout their journey without fatigue or bias skewing their responses.
By following these steps, organizations can easily implement LEON Insight and its narrative path technology to understand their employees better while virtually eliminating survey fatigue and survey bias at the same time!
Not only will this help them get a better understanding of employee performance, but it will also provide invaluable and real-time insights of organizational health, which can be used to improve employee experience and improve organizational health and attrition rates over time.