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Creating a feedback culture in the workplace is key to driving employee retention, engagement, and ultimately, the success of your business. Still, most organizations struggle to provide their people ...

Creating a feedback culture in the workplace is key to driving employee retention, engagement, and ultimately, the success of your business. Still, most organizations struggle to provide their people with the timely, ongoing insights they need to stay on track. In this session you'll learn about:

• The nature of these challenges and why they exist
• The simple, social behaviors that help overcome them
• Specific strategies you can use today to help get your people on track

Presentation also includes a bonus discussion around gamification!

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  • See what I learned was that at the end of the day, it wasn’t about me, it was about my team…I had to get the most out of them.Results were everything…it wasn’t about what I did before or how smart I thought I wasWe have a saying in the startup world “revenue solves all problems”But of course, I couldn’t do it by myself…I needed my team…but I realized I couldn’t just snap my fingers and make my team produce results….they had to be focused, they had to care, they had to work hard
  • …and so what I started to realize was that it was really all about one simple concept: ENGAGEMENT
  • Making sure that OUR PEOPLE are executing on OUR MISSIONBeyond Satisfaction: engaging employees and retaining customers.AUDIENCE QUESTION: RAISE YOUR HAND IF YOU FEEL YOU’RE GENERALLY ALIGNED WITH MISSION AND PRIORITIES OF YOUR COMPANY
  • A“Global Workforce Survey” conducted by Towers Perrinpolled more than 90,000 workers in 18 countries and found that only 21% of employees are truly engaged in their work.That’s a problem is you’re a 28 year old manager, with a team with 21 trying to hit pretty aspirational quota
  • BUT HOW DO WE GET PEOPLE TO SPEND MORE OF THEIR “DISCRETIONARY EFFORT” ON OUR WORK? HOW DO WE DRIVE“Our clients entrust the success of their businesses to us. They call on us to craft new and innovative approaches to help solve their toughest problems. If our people aren’t engaged and looking for ways to improve themselves and their teams, how can we deliver on our promise to our clients?“
  • Study showed the best in class organizations had a 2X the rate of customer satisfaction of average companies and 4X the rate of laggards.INCREASED MARKET POSITION = THE POINT OF BUSINESS!!!…and while it’s difficult to put your finger on the pulse of how you actually get that level of engagement, a individuals and consumers, many of us can identify organizations who have it!
  • Many of these are on Fortune magazine’s 100 Best Companies to work for: http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/bestcompanies/2011/full_list/
  • The answer is…you can’t! You can’t make someone care.…so the thing is, being engaged and driving success doesn’t depend on what we’re told to do, it’s the about the environment that’s created for us.
  • So the best we can do is PROMOTE people’s desire to be engaged.
  • GARY HAMEL: London Business School. Author, Speaker, Influential business thinkerorganizations with best-in-class employee engagement have double the customer satisfaction/loyalty rates of average performers.So how do we do that? Well, we can provide our people with free pop or better yet, give them cool projects to work on, but in a world where employees, especially the GenY’s, come to work everyday with more of a “what can this job do for me” attitude, the learning the best way is to…
  • If I know how I’m doing, how to adjust my approach as needed, I can see what other people are doing well, and I’m encouraged to grow and develop, I’m going to spend a lot more of my discretionary effort on the business.
  • Your star players have talent and are motivated to get betterYou tell him how he’s doingSpent time practicing,showing him what the best hitters doEncourage him to get better
  • This is all great…so how do we do that? It’s not about what…its about HOW!
  • I work with Facebook…This is all great…so how do we do that? It’s not about what…its about HOW!
  • People are bad at doing this stuff…so let’s make them
  • So what do we to help people get engaged? We create systems, processes, and make them do it.
  • Some companies estimate that they spend 3% of their PAYROLL on this!
  • Miovision:Sit across the table from one another and behave differently.Why do we do this?QUESTION: do you find performance reviews helpful?
  • Old way is based on fear, compliance and measurement. A good idea for the time…and even from a structural perspective, they may be brilliant, but operationally they don’t work.I speak to dozens of HR professionals every week who say the exact same thing.I mean, imagine if we HAD all that information on people…how helpful would that be?!?
  • Idea behind the review itself aside…when you drill into the how people feel about the process/outcomes of reviews
  • We miss opportunities to correct poor behaviors, promote good ones, and just overall, tell people they’re doing a good job.
  • While we’re getting glimpses of the feedback problem, we’re also getting queues as to the potential solution
  • Workforce compositionWhat motivates usTools we use
  • the people born between 1977 and 1997
  • Author of Plugged In
  • Money doesn’t motivate
  • http://www.readwriteweb.com/enterprise/2011/03/consumerization-of-it-95-of-in.php
  • Key Point: these elements describe the future state of employee performance programsLead in: there seems to be three primary concepts that forward-thinking organizations believe represent the future state of employee performanceLead out: so the question is….what’s the solution?
  • ASK AUDIENCE WHAT THEY DO?
  • This is where feedback and engagement intersects with technology…what we at Rypple spend a lot of time thinking about.How we take something that people want to do, make it easy, social fun, and help them realize personal value?!?
  • Insert images of well recognize games*using game-play mechanics in non-game applications to engage people. To get them into the state of flow.
  • The game!
  • http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-2268992-video-gaming.php?st=d454d42
  • These are the same elements we strive for at work….
  • These are the same elements we strive for at work….
  • These are the same elements we strive for at work….
  • These are the same elements we strive for at work….

Creating a Culture of Feedback at Work Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Engagement to Results
    Conquering the feedback challenge
    David Priemer
    Rypple
  • 2. Key take-aways
    What engagement means to your business
    Critical role of feedback plays
    Why it’s hard to get & how to make it easier
    Bonus: harnessing the power of intrinsic motivation
  • 3. My top 2 management lessons learned
    It’s not about you, it’s about your team
    Only your mother cares about how smart you are *
    * 2b. Everyone else cares about results .
  • 4. but results begin with…
    Engagement
  • 5. Why is the quest for engagement so elusive?
  • 6. What is “engagement” anyway?
    “Engagement is about aligning individuals withthemissionandprioritiesof the organization.”
    Aberdeen Group study, July 2009
    Beyond Satisfaction: engaging employees and retaining customers.
  • 7. Engagement reality
    Only21%of employees are truly engaged in their work
    Towers Perrin, Global Workforce Study of 90,000 workers in 18 countries (2008)
    7
  • 8. Engagement is really about
    “Discretionary effort”
  • 9. Engagement = results
    Aberdeen Group study, July 2009
  • 10. It’s easy to see who does this well
  • 11. Question
    “How do we drive engagement?”
  • 12. Answer
    You don’t!
  • 13. Do we love curling THIS much?
  • 14. Question
    promote
    “How do we drive engagement?”
  • 15. Promoting engagement
    “successdependson a company’s ability tounleashtheinitiative,imaginationandpassionof its employees”
    Gary Hamel:
    WSJ, Dec 2009
  • 16. How to get there
    Help people know how they’re doing
    Make positive behaviors visible
    Encourage ongoinglearning
  • 17. …no different than grooming athletic talent
  • 18. These are all forms of:
  • 19. But feedbackis like going to the gym…
  • 20. Good in theory, hard in practice
    We all agree it’s a good idea
    Some of us are good about doing it
    Most of us aren’t *
    * if you gave all your employees free gym memberships, how many would go?
  • 21. Traditional approach:
    Put structure in place to help us give & get feedback
    21
  • 22. Traditional approach
    Once or twice a year, companies stop…and have a
    “focal period”
  • 23. Fill out lots of complex forms…
  • 24. …evaluate people onabstract skills & competencies…
  • 25. FEEDBACK
  • 26. …& give lots of feedback all at once.
    “Here’s all the feedback. Now use it!” *
    * “By the way, here’s your raise/bonus…”
    26
  • 27. Performance reviews don’t work
    “Get Rid of the Performance Review! It destroys morale, kills teamwork and hurts the bottom line.”
    “Now is as good a time as any to think about giving up this bankrupt process.”
  • 28. How people feel about reviews
    Y N
    Easy to complete?
    Are they consistently helpful?
    Is the experience enjoyable?
    Are insights easily assimilated?
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  • 29. Not surprising that…
    75%
    People hate performance reviews
    *Bersin Associate Research
    60%
    People want to hear from their managers on a daily basis
    *Robert Half International & Yahoo Hotjobs Survey
  • 30. formal review
    the best stuff
    formal review
    Reviews miss the best stuff
  • 31. Recognition promotes retention
    17%
    People leave due to insufficient recognition at work
    *Salary.com Employee Job Satisfaction & Retention Survey 2007/2008
    “One at a time, 15-second praising is 10x more valuable than a group ‘way to go gang’.”
    *Tom Peters, Author/Management Guru
  • 32. Why do we do it?
    CONFIDENTIAL
  • 33. but…
    …the game has changed
  • 34. The old corporate model is breaking down
  • 35. #1: Gen Y is taking over
    Mentoring Millennials
    “In four years, Millennialswill account for nearly halfthe employees in the world.”
  • 36. New definition of feedback
    The Double Meaning of Feedback
    “When a ‘Y’ says ‘I'd like more feedback,’ they are expressing a desire to learn more.”
  • 37. 37
    CONFIDENTIAL
    #2: “Meaning is the new money”
  • 38. Monetary incentives don’t work
    “…when the tasks involve higher levels of cognition or creativity, the monetary incentives actually stifle performance rather than drive it. In addition, people undertake activities for reasons of mastery, purpose, etc. rather than specifically for monetary reward.”
    Daniel Pink
    Author, Drive
  • 39. #3: We use personal tools at work
  • 40. Consumerization of IT, March 17, 2011
    95% of Information Workers Use Self-Purchased Technology for Work
    “95% of Information Workers Use Self-Purchased Technology for Work”
  • 41. Future state of feedback
    Continuous
    Drive business resultsnot just artifacts
    Clearbenefit to the employee
  • 42. Solution for today’s workforce
    95% of Information Workers Use Self-Purchased Technology for Work
    Amplify existing social behaviors that promoteengagement
  • 43. Behavior #1: give recognition
    95% of Information Workers Use Self-Purchased Technology for Work
    “The number one motivator of people is feedback on results.”
    Ken Blanchard: Author, The One Minute Manager
  • 44. Behavior #2: have frequent 1:1’s
    95% of Information Workers Use Self-Purchased Technology for Work
    “Encourage managers to have frequent, ongoing conversations with their staff.”
    Jeffrey Pfeffer: Professor of Organizational Behavior, Stanford
  • 45. Behavior #3: get ongoing feedback
    95% of Information Workers Use Self-Purchased Technology for Work
    “Reach out to co-workers, listen and learn, and to focus on continuous development.”
    Marshall Goldsmith: CEO coach & best selling author
  • 46. Oh, but it has to be…
    Social:
    Everyone does it together
    Easy:
    Integrates into work life
    Fun:
    People actually want to do it.
  • 47. Gamification* to the rescue!
    * using game-play mechanics in non-game applications to engage people.
  • 48. Today, people are realizing that game design has something to say about how we design solutions to other problems.
  • 49. You can’t save a crappy service/product/environmentby bolting on game mechanics.
    +
  • 50. Ex: Gamification of personal relationships
    Keep in touch with people I know
    See what people I know are doing
    Share the things I like with others
    Know where the action is
    Feeling of belonging to a group
    Intrinsic desires
  • 51. Unexplored levels
    Experiences I share
    Unexplored people
    My achievements
    Statistics
    Icons & badges
    Unexplored achievements
  • 52. What if people at work were as
    engaged, happy & focused
    as they are when gaming?
  • 53. Leveling up
    Leaderboards
    RealityWork is already filled with games & game-elements with extrinsic rewards
    Badges
  • 54. Engagement * arises out of intrinsicfactors
    - experiences of competence, self-efficacy, and mastery
    *Badges, leaderboards, etc. are the results of achieving mastery. They’re not the reason to engage in the game.
  • 55. Learning & growth keep people engaged in their personal lives
  • 56. The Key:
    Provide an environment that promotes people’s desire to achieve mastery of these important behaviors at work
  • 57. CONFIDENTIAL
    Beware: not all work games work
    95% of Information Workers Use Self-Purchased Technology for Work
    And our favorite, the performance review game
    Formal with very infrequent feedback.
    A ritual game with billions spent in wasted enterprise effort.
  • 58. Want to learn more about gamification at work?
    http://www.slideshare.net/rypple
    (Work Better. Play Together? On Enterprise Gamification)
  • 59. The result of feedback mastery…
    Greater employee engagement
    Reduced turnover
    Increased market position
  • 60. Haven’t listened until now?
    Engagement drives real business results
    A feedback culture is key to promote engagement
    Supercharge familiar behaviours to make feedback easy & visible
    Bonus: Tap into intrinsic motivation
    60
  • 61. Questions?
  • 62. Ping us anytime!
    Ready to assess your people’s engagement using Drake International’s Enterprise Survey solution?
    Looking to learn about how Rypple can help promote feedback and engagement in your organization?
    95% of Information Workers Use Self-Purchased Technology for Work
    Heather Payne
    hpayne@na.drakeintl.com
    416-216-1125
    @heatherpayne
    David Priemer
    dpriemer@rypple.com
    416-480-6498
    @dpriemer