As organizations and business leaders launch initiatives to retain their employees through The Great Resignation, they are often doing so without understanding their organization’s risk of attrition (employees leaving) or setting a target to strive for. Think about it this way, no smart business leader would release a new product without a clear goal in mind or basic understanding of their target market. So, why are leaders blindly trying to solve employee retention without the tools they need to be successful? In most cases it is because employers are too afraid to ask employees if they have considered leaving. 

If this characterization sounds familiar to you, let us ask your employees for you! Our forums@work Employee Engagement survey provides insights into your employees experience at work and measures their interest in voluntarily leaving your organization. Our forums@work Employee Engagement survey takes less than 3 minutes to complete and is 100% anonymous, ensuring your employees will give you their honest answers. After the survey is complete we provide tailored results for your company to identify areas of strength and opportunity for you to retain employees with the highest risk of attrition. 

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We believe all employees should have access to supportive and insightful peer-to-peer Forums. Starting this spring we will be launching dedicated Forums for Senior HR Leaders from around the world. If you or your colleagues are interested, complete the intake form below to join one of our complimentary Forum Workshops in May and June. Workshop participants will be invited to apply to the program. Spots are limited.

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Insights from Harvard: Measuring Forum Effectiveness

In a recent Harvard Business Review article, How to Get the Most out of Peer Support Groups, Harvard Business School professor Boris Groysberg and YPO-certified forum facilitator, Robbery Halperin, presented 5 elements that make a peer-to-peer forum more effective. Review the details and supporting questions below to identify areas where your forum is effective or could be improved. Ideally, you will answer “yes!” to each of these questions 

  1. Purpose and Content: Does the forum address your personal objectives? Do I gain new perspectives on my blind spots and life choices?
  2. Membership: Is this the appropriate, right-size group for me, balancing common interests with a diversity of perspectives? 
  3. Group Norms and Processes: Do the forum’s structure and norms support vulnerability, learning, and trust? Is conflict addressed in a timely and effective manner?
  4. Management: Do the forum’s leaders help foster a psychologically safe space? 
  5. Technology: Are virtual platforms used appropriately and effectively? 

Our forums@work methodology provides content and structure to ensure you and your team members are able to answer “yes!” to the questions above. If you have any questions or would like to discuss opportunities to improve your forum experience, please contact community@forumsatwork.com

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