Live Webinar January 25th, 2018 – 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm EST
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training  1 Hour  1 PDU
Provider: Human Capital Institute

When it comes to employee feedback, from employee engagement surveys, onboarding or exit surveys, or from external feedback, the scores are only the beginning.

With open-ended responses, employees are telling what it feels like to work in the company – they are telling the organization’s story.

These comments–which can number in the hundreds of thousands or more over time–are a treasure trove of information.

When unlocked, they can contain the key to identifying systemic or isolated issues that may eventually lead to unwanted attrition, stunted organizational performance, and even blows to the organization’s reputation.

In this session, Sara P. Weiner, PhD (LinkedIn profile) Principal Consultant, Organizational Development Science; Glint an expert in industrial-organizational psychology, will discuss advice and best practices for pulling the critical stories and insights out of comments, and how to harness these stories to take the actions that make a difference in the employee experience and business performance.

Shane Combest, (LinkedIn profile) a product management leader with a decade of experience in B2B technology, will highlight the innovations that help organizations leverage open-ended feedback to truly understand their company’s story… and rewrite the ending.


  • Examples of the stories comments can tell beyond engagement or performance scores
  • How to avoid common pitfalls in interpreting comments (and training your leaders to do the same)
  • How to interpret comments to contribute to action planning that makes a difference

Note: SHRM has pre-approved this webcast for 1 Professional Development Credits (PDCs) towards SHRM-CP℠ or SHRM-SCP℠ Certifications.

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Give New Meaning To The Employee Voice:
How To Turn Qualitative Feedback Into Insights & Action

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