Employee Engagement: The Walden 2.010 Project – Week 8.
Daily employee engagement. This is a weekly reporting of a one year project monitoring, measuring, and assessing daily employee engagement. You can see the original project plan, intention, measures and tools by clicking here.
Week 8: Baseline Data and Goal Setting
Week 8. This was an average engaged week. I am now 8 weeks into the project. I will make a shift to moving from baseline data and mindful engagement monitoring to more specific goals and active interventions.
Once again teaching is the biggest engagement activity for investing and getting a return on energy. Click on the image below to have a better look at the numbers:
Assessment and Review. This project is keeping my engagement on track.
Conclusions and Recommendations. I will make two changes moving into the third month. I will report only every 2 to 4 weeks while continuing to do this on a daily basis. I will set specific measures to achieve by the end of week 12. This has been a good collection of baseline data.
Employee Engagement Overall Take-away. Gather good baseline data and be more intentional about engagement.
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