Three Keys To Improving Your Team’s Dynamics With Crowdsourcing
Great leadership tactics may include management by walking around and the monthly coffee meetings with the CEO to try to get real conversations going at various levels of your organization. The goals here are usually to promote communication and gain an understanding of employee needs, in addition to cultivating higher productivity and, in turn, profitability.
But not all methods of communication are perfect. Some, like employee surveys, stand to be updated. I’m sure you have taken a survey (or 10 or 100) yourself by now, so you know that the typical respondent often feels like they are taking a test in complete isolation, and only the leader will see the results. As a leader creating a survey, you may try for objectivity, but typically, your preset answers lead the respondents to the result you are expecting.