The MindGoal approach is a data-centric approach that utilizes your company’s core values, employees’ feedback, and goals for growth to build culture strategies, plan events, and tailor benefits that will increase employee satisfaction and improve your bottom line the most. With in-depth data reporting, we’ll have all of the information we need to make real, impactful changes to your company culture.
Creating a culture of accountability – one that encourages action – can be a big shift. We’ll collect robust data and help create custom surveys and strategies to find out what your employees are interested in doing, how engaged they are, and where your culture can improve, giving you the knowledge you need to hire better fits for your culture from the get-go and drive greater organizational success.
In order to increase employee satisfaction and streamline your culture, we first need to know where you stand. We’ll gauge current employee satisfaction, management satisfaction, and employee interests so we can make a game plan moving forward.
We’ll help you scorecard your culture completely customizable to the variables that will improve retention, employee satisfaction, and revenue growth.
MindGoal works closely with your team to identify your core values and build strategies consistent with your values and the change you want to see. We will track all aspects that impact the cultural health of your employees in real time.
We’ll provide reports that are the most valuable to you. For example, your reports can be on the individual level, team level, or department level to give you the most insight possible into the cultural health of your organization.
We collaborated with researchers at top universities to build a data-based curriculum that can be tailored to the needs of any organization.
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