Five Ways Surveys Can Fail – and the keys to success! - Monthly Learning Event

  • 03/23/2022
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
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Employee surveys are a commonly used – and commonly misused – tool for learning about our clients’ challenges. Poorly done, however, a survey can exhaust organizational will, dampen employee engagement and overwhelm a sincere change effort. Done well, an employee survey can illuminate complex problems and engage staff in future change efforts.

While the pitfalls are numerous, the keys to a successful survey project are only a few. And most of them are NOT commonly known in business circles.

Join us for an evening that delves into effective survey design.

Are YOU using surveys correctly? Attend to find out!

About your Facilitator

Jerry L. Talley is the founder of Organizational Diagnostics, a Bay Area firm started in 1984 specializing in diagnostic surveys to identify organizational problems.  Based on the knowledge gleaned from over 250 corporate engagements, his practice expanded in 2000 to include design and implementation of specific interventions.  His current practice -- under the banner of JLTalley & Associates -- has included clients in high tech, hospitality, hospitals, pharmaceuticals, higher education, consulting houses, the military, manufacturing, banks and credit unions, public utilities, entertainment and broadcasting, the food industry, aerospace, commercial construction, city and county government, and numerous not-for-profits.

Prior to his work in consulting, Jerry taught at Stanford’s Sociology Department and the Marriage and Counseling Masters program at Santa Clara University. He also provided training programs for the organizational development programs at San Jose State and Alliant University.

His areas of special interest include advanced problem solving, strategic planning, work process design, and survey design and analysis. After 450 client engagements, his current focus is on accelerating the development of newer consultants through mentoring, teaching, and coaching.

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Early bird - Wednesday, March 9

Regular - Monday, March 21

Cancellation/refund deadline is noon on the Monday before the meeting. No shows will be charged in full.

ATD Capability Model

Each ATD-OC Learning Event will be aligned to one Talent Development  Capability, as identified by ATD National.

This program aligns with:

Domain: Impacting Organizational Capability

Capability: Change Management, Organization Development and Culture, Data and Analytics

Talent development professionals should be able to implement a multilevel, systematic method for gathering, analyzing, and reporting on information about the effectiveness and effort of learning programs.

To find out more about the ATD Capability Model for the Training and Development Profession, visit http://tdcapability.org.

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