Staff Perception Questionnaire

1. Assessment

 
1. Meeting Stakeholder Expectations: Our WORK
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Our Team has clear goals. We know what's expected in terms of our work.
We have balanced goals. We know what we need to do to serve the corporation, shareholders, communities, customers, and other employees.
All of the individuals on our team have specific clear goals.
We're getting the results that are needed and expected. Our performance is where it should be.
We have good measures of our goals.
We review our results and performance frequently to make sure we're doing excellent work.
2. Reducing Barriers: Our WORK
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We spend time identifying the barriers that make our work more difficult than it should be.
We spend time as a team coming up with the ways to reduce barriers.
3. Improving Processes: Our WORK
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We spend time trying to improve the processes that we can fix - especially processes that frequently are causing us problems with our work so we can be more competitive.
We make appropriate and reasonable proposals to others when we find a process that's interfering with our work and is outside of our control.
4. Making and Using Ground Rules: Our TEAM
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Members of this team have the know-how to do the job that's required.
We help each other out, sometimes dropping something we're doing in order to help out a teammate.
We value unique differences; we treat other with dignity and respect.
When someone does good work or helps out a teammate, we openly acknowledge the person's effort and good results.
It's fun and satisfying to be a member of this team; that is, we enjoy quality worklife together.
5. Increasing Our Accountability: Our TEAM
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We go directly to other members of the team when there's a problem and work on solutions, rather than let the problem sit and fester.
We openly say what's on our mind to each other; we're candid and honest even when the topic is tough.
We hold ourselves accountable - that is, when a team member sees that someone else is not performing or keeping a commitment, he or she speaks up in a nice way.
6. Being Creative Together: Our TEAM
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We have the skills and tools to come up with innovative and new solutions to the problems that face us.
We take an appropriate amount of time to work on creative and innovative solutions to the problems that face us.
7. Making Decisions Together: Our TEAM
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We're good at planning actions together; we get appropriate input and agree upon what should be done.
When a decision is made, we all act in ways that show our support and commitment.
We're good at noting, tracking, and discussing the commitments we make (who does what by when), and we're good at following up on those commitments.
8. Acting in Empowered Ways: Our TEAM
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We act in empowered ways - that is, when something about our work isn't clear or is missing, we take actions to improve it or ask for it without waiting for someone to empower us.
9. Taking Appropriate Initative: Our TEAM
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We take appropriate initiative and action, rather than waiting around to be told to do the things we could do as a team on our own.
When there's something that would help us do our work and serve our stakeholders that we can't change, we speak up and make recommendations rather than just complain or endure.
10. Co-Creating Effective Meetings: Our TEAM
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We meet often enough to do our teamwork effectively - that is, we meet often enough to discuss our work and our team effectiveness so we're informed and able to give our input.
Our team meetings are effective.
11. Embracing Change: Our WORK
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We regularly look for trends and influences that will cause changes in our work and our team.
We effectively spend time planning and implementing changes that will help us deal with the "future."
12. Trends: Our Team and Our WORK
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During the last three months, our work has been getting better.
During the last three months, our team effectiveness has been getting better.
13. What are three things we are doing right?
14. In your opinion, on what three things we should be focusing more attention?