A few weeks ago, we asked for reader feedback on our weekly e-newsletter. Here is a summary of what our readers had to say:
1. How often do you read the updates?
60% read the newsletter frequently or always and 32% read it sometimes.
2. How relevant do you find the information in the newsletter?
18% found the content very relevant and 68% thought it was somewhat relevant.
3. What is your overall satisfaction with the newsletter?
Very satisfied – 39%, somewhat satisfied – 43% and neutral 18%.
4. What can we do to improve?
5. What would you like to see in future newsletters?
In addition to the above responses, a total of 15 generous people said they would definitely or maybe like to provide content for future newsletters. Thank you, if this was you! We will be in touch with each of you individually to see what we can arrange.
We appreciate everyone who took the time to respond to our survey. It is reassuring to know we are doing some things right and we can now act on your input to make the weekly updates even more relevant and useful to you. If you missed the survey, don’t let that stop you from giving us feedback anytime!
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"Wow, what can I say…. I found the Harrison reports to provide remarkable insights into your preferred behaviours and how you cope with stress. This is an invaluable tool for any business owner who wishes to maximise the use of their human capital, and I can highly recommend the use of Harrison Assessments reports with Susan's debrief. It simply works! 😊"
- Christopher Cachia, CEO and Principal, CCA Financial Planning
"Coaching with Ben gave me a great opportunity to reflect and explore strategies, tips, and tools to improve ways of working and to work through opportunities & challenges. I really valued the focused discussion on specific areas to support my growth and development. I highly recommend working with Ben."
- Manager, National NFP
"In a challenging role in a new organisation, coaching with Paula was the ideal time to reflect, problem-solve, brainstorm options and arm me with next steps in all areas - from staffing, internal politics and relationships to tackling key initiatives. The sessions were by video and face to face, both equally effective. Using video allowed for easy integration of sessions into my busy workdays without any hassle. Paula’s style of coaching quickly built trust so I felt safe being vulnerable, quickly getting to the heart of a number of issues and propelling me and my performance forward significantly!"
- Executive GM, People and Culture
"We used the Harrison Assessment tools followed by a debrief with Susan, for career development with staff, which then allowed us to work with Susan to create a customised 360 degree review process. Susan has a wealth of knowledge and is able to offer suggestions and solutions for our company. She is always ready to get involved and takes the time to show her clients the capability of Harrison Assessments. "
Jessica Hill - Head of People and Culture, Choice
"Balance at Work are the ideal external partners for us as they completely get what we are trying achieve in the People and Culture space. Their flexibility and responsiveness to our needs has seen the entire 360 approach being a complete success. The online tool and the follow up coaching sessions have been game changers for our business. The buzz in the organisation is outstanding. Love it! Thanks again for being such a great support crew on this key project."
Chris Bulmer - National GM Learning and Development, ISS Australia
"The leadership team at Insurance Advisernet engaged Susan from Balance at Work to run our leadership development survey and learning sessions. Susan was very professional in delivering the team and individual strengths and opportunities for growth. Susan's approach was very "non corporate" in style which was refreshing to see. I can't recommend Balance at Work more highly to lead employee and team development sessions."
Shaun Stanfield - Managing Director, Insurance Advisernet