Not Getting The Most ROI From Your Employee Survey? Transform Your Survey Into A Strategic Tool To Drive Change

Not Getting The Most ROI From Your Employee Survey? Transform Your Survey Into A Strategic Tool To Drive Change

SHRM 2011 Annual Conference
This session will teach you how to transform your survey into a strategic tool, which captures the employee voice and creates real and lasting change.
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Track: Talent Management

Most Fortune 100 companies have an employee survey - these surveys range from boring non-events to strategic tools used to measure and change the business. With HR budgets under continuous scrutiny, it’s important to demonstrate that the employee survey is a critical business tool vs. nice to have. For maximum ROI your survey must engage employees and leaders, have compelling content, produce new insights, and be integrated into key business processes.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, June 28, 2011 - 2:15pm to 3:30pm
Presenter: 

Michelle A. Donovan

Michelle A.
Donovan
Michelle Donovan, Ph.D., is a member of Google's Talent Team where she is responsible for designing and delivering programs to help identify and develop critical talent and leaders. Prior to this role she managed a People Analytics team, which specialized in surveys, focus groups, and metrics to drive people-related decisions. Prior to her work at Google she worked in HR Research at Intel Corporation for six years where she managed their annual survey and consulted on surveys and focus groups. Before Intel she was a consultant with Terranova Consulting Group, an HR consulting firm, where she worked on HR audits, training needs analyses, job analyses and surveys. She earned her Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, has served as an officer of the Bay Area Applied Psychologists and IT Survey Group, is a regular speaker and contributor to the Society of Industrial/Organizational Psychology annual conference and has published her work in journals, such as the Journal of Applied Psychology and Personnel Psychology.
Location: 
Hilton Ballroom A
Amount of Credit: 
1.25
Credit Type: 
HR Credit
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