Taking action to develop the engagement of your teams is important and can have a really positive impact on your bottom line business results. Focus groups are a great way to measure the success of employee engagement initiatives.

They can be used as a follow-up from employee engagement surveys, as a measure in themselves to collect representative employee views and feedback, or to measure change and progress.

This expert view will cover:

  • How to use focus groups to measure the success of employee engagement initiatives
  • Why it's important to run focus groups
  • A step-by-step guide to facilitating focus groups
  • Tips, tricks and useful skills

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Debbie Mitchell

Debbie Mitchell

Debbie Mitchell is an organisational development consultant at Mitchell Palmer Ltd specialising in employee engagement, coaching, talent management and people centred change.

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