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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

January 14th, 2014 by Alison McKinney

Provide your employees with the materials needed to make a short film about a typical day at work. Request that they concentrate on the areas within their remit that not only work well, but areas that perhaps do not. Once you have a collection of films, put them together to make one longer movie.  This can then be shown in staff meetings or team building exercises – don’t forget to provide the typical cinema style refreshments!

This activity can be used to allow your employees to have a good look at themselves and the organisation.  Encourage your staff to discuss the films with colleagues and make sure you advertise the activity and its outcome across your organisation.

Written by Alison McKinney
Alison McKinney is the Project and Quality Assurance Manager at The Survey Initiative, a dedicated employee research organisation devoted to helping its clients gain insight and understanding into what drives employee engagement in their business. Alison has extensive experience in project management and quality assurance and has recently worked on projects for clients as diverse as: WSP Middle East. Natural History Museum, Peverel, Marine Stewardship Council, Accor UK &Ireland and Thompsons Solicitors. Visit http://www.surveyinitiative.co.uk for more information.

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January 17, 2014

[…] Provide your employees with the materials needed to make a short film about a typical day at work. Request that they concentrate on the areas within their remit that not only work well, but areas that perhaps do not.  […]

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