About this template
The All Hands Survey is designed to collect insightful feedback from employees about all-hands meetings. These gatherings are crucial for company-wide communication and team-building, making it essential to continually refine them for maximum impact.
The survey commences with a CSAT (Customer Satisfaction) question to assess the meeting’s overall effectiveness. This sets the stage for targeted follow-up queries. For instance, if an employee finds the topics irrelevant, a conditional question is triggered to capture suggestions for future agenda items.
A Likert scale question evaluates the relevance of the topics discussed, offering a nuanced measurement instead of a binary yes/no response. This is particularly useful for gauging attendee satisfaction and interest in the subject matter.
The NPS (Net Promoter Score) metric gives us an idea of the broader sentiment around these meetings, helping us to gauge not just satisfaction but also the likelihood of internal recommendations. This can be a telling indicator of the meetings’ perceived value within the organisation.
- Distribute the survey shortly after the meeting to ensure fresh, accurate feedback.
- Customise the questions to match the unique aspects of your company’s all-hands meetings.
- Compile and analyse the feedback to implement meaningful changes in subsequent sessions.
By employing this template, you are taking a proactive step toward improving company-wide communication and ensuring that your all-hands meetings are as effective as they can be.