Our approach is truly transformational. Our team will help you build an employee engagement plan that starts from your business’ core strategies and values, while combining the many tactical and logistical tasks required to develop and refine your survey process. With strategic guidance and insights at every step, we are focused on the bigger picture of helping you construct a culture of engagement and transform your business performance.
As we kickoff each new project, your experienced Kantar Engagement Consultant will help you Craft your Personalized Engagement Strategy.
ENGAGE PLUS MODEL
The Engage Plus is a powerful 27-item employee engagement survey built for practical application across organizations in all industries. Use this holistic engagement measure to gain a deeper understanding of your current environment – cultural health and trust, what is working, and what may push engaged employees to turnover.
- SENIOR LEADERS
- JOB ALIGNMENT
- RECOGNITION & RESPECT
EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT INDEX
At the center of the TNS Engagement Model is the essential element of ENGAGE. For each of the three foundational constructs that make up employee engagement (Head (think), Heart (feel), and Hands (act)) we validated two survey items that best measure the essence of engagement.
Our exclusive expansion of the classic model is the second-order focus of each item: drilling deeper into how employees are engaged by their role and the organization. For example, to measure the Heart (feel), we take advantage of items that measure both vigor and dedication.
- Our six survey items in ENGAGE were also developed to most accurately measure engagement through pattern of response methodology.
ACTION PLANNING MODEL
In a typical employee survey, when a work group evaluates their results to find gaps or areas for improvement, they normally focus their attention on areas with the most negative results. What this approach fails to do is help managers prioritize their attention, often leading to a lackluster or check-the-box effort to action planning.
The TNS Action Planning Prioritization Model categorizes survey questions into 3 distinct types of employee needs: Tactical, Operational and Strategic. Loosely based on models like Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, the TNS approach to action planning applies similar principles such as hierarchical structure and the need for fulfillment or engagement along different dimensions.
To learn more about the Model and how this approach can be used in your organization, download our whitepaper