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Understanding Net Promoter Scores In Employee Survey Results

September 17th, 2015 by Alison McKinney | No Responses

When it comes to results from an employee survey, a ‘net promoter score’ is a tool to gauge and ascertain the level of loyalty and sentiment to an organisation by its employees and it is the most popular and proven metric for measuring this.

Obtaining your ‘net promoter score’ starts by asking one simple question: ‘How likely is it that you would recommend us to a friend or colleague?’ or ‘I would recommend XYZ as a great place to work’. By asking this question, you can get a clear measure of how likely your people are going to be your brand advocates.

Respondents to a survey are asked to provide the answer to this question on a scale of 0 to 10. The higher the value, the greater the likelihood that they will give a recommendation. Results in the scores are then divided into three categories.

Those who offer scores of 9 and 10 are classed as ‘promoters’. They are seen as loyal … read more »

What colour would your organisation be?

January 31st, 2013 by Jaime Johnson | 1 Response

When working with one of our clients we developed a colourful way of representing the proportion of promoters within their organisation and this got me to thinking, could you guess the proportion of those who would strongly recommend your organisation to others? Hence, what colour would your organisation be?

I would like to think that our organisation would be mostly green – full of happy engaged employees recommending our organisation to everyone they came into contact with.

I am sure you agree; everyone would like to think that employees within their organisation would recommend it as a good place to work. Employee promoters encourage strong growth in business performance because they provide a better customer experience. Those who approach the job with energy, enhance productivity, and come up with innovative and creative ideas for improvements to processes, products and services.

As a business leader, you have good reason to want to earn the enthusiastic loyalty of your staff. But research has shown that, … read more »

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