UCI Human Resources created the following engagement planning guide for managers and supervisors, which serves as a step-by-step tool to help you easily integrate engagement into your daily management routines. Think of it as an “engagement in a box”, with simple and easy-to-understand action items including how to access survey data, interpret results, prepare for and host team meetings, and more.
For further assistance with accessing data, contact your HR professional or view the ‘Reading Your Results’ and ‘Manager Guide to Q12’ in the Resources section below.
Use this section to prepare for your upcoming team engagement meeting. Follow these steps in order to ensure that you understand your results and are prepared to share results with your team.
Note: Work with your local HR professional if you don’t have results.
Strengths & Opportunities
Key Points to Remember When Interpreting Engagement Results
Use this section if you have engagement survey results available to share with your team.
Use this section if your team does not have staff engagement survey results, e.g., you had less than four (4) people respond to the survey.
Now let’s focus on some areas the team might be able to improve.
Keep engagement top of mind by adding team goal progress to your monthly (or regular) team meeting agenda. This process will help you evaluate the progress on the team’s goal and recalibrate, as necessary. Simply ask your team these two questions:
If the answers to both questions are yes, you are on the right track! If the answers to one or both questions are no, consider adjusting your action plan.
Share your team’s engagement updates with your supervisor as another form of accountability.
Consider adding engagement to your one-on-one meetings with your team members. Refer to the resources section for more information.
Note: Your HR professional will hold you accountable and ensure you are following the steps listed above.