Brilliant Employee is a web-based solution that is easy to use. By letting your employees and managers give feedback on what works well and where they see the potential for improvement, management and HR will get data-based insights to act upon.
Step 1: Measure
Ask the right questions, at the right time, to the right people
Which areas in your organization need better data? Brilliant has over 20 years of experience and specialized knowledge concerning what the determining factors are to create a way of working that leads to success and sustainability. Adapt the number of employee surveys to your organization’s needs and get the necessary support to improve areas like leadership, feedback, and employee engagement.
Examples of important areas to measure
- The organizational and social work environment
Step 2: Analyze
Ongoing employee surveys generate new insights
This solution generates relevant, data-driven insights for managers and HR to act upon. The data is automatically analyzed and gives every team recommended areas to focus on. The given access to both internal and external benchmarks allows you to see how your organisation tracks against other organizations.
Step 3: Act
Create an effect by acting on the right things
High employee engagement and positive change can be reached through a change in behavior. That’s why it is highly important is to make sure that all employees and managers follow up, and act on the results from employee surveys. In Brilliant’s solution we offer support to work towards change structurally and for teams of any kind. Your company´s HR team will receive an overview on all ongoing workshops, educations and activities and will be able to act as the company´s facilitator for positive change.
Talent Management – 5 things managers should do to develop their most valuable employees
Organizations are constantly looking to develop and retain top talent at all levels. Some companies have designed formal talent-management programs, while others more informally keep an open eye on their top performing employees. The goal is often to identify and develop the future leaders of the company. But how does one distinguish top talent from “the rest”, and what can be done to make sure top talents choose to stay within the company? Traditionally, talent management has been the responsibility of HR. However, in the most successful companies it is clearly becoming the responsibility of all managers. In this white paper you can read about what makes an employee a new talent and the star of your team and how you should develop your most valuable emplyees.
We give you data-driven actionable human insights, about the people that matter to you, so you can make decisions that improve your business.