Magnet Consulting Launches Organizational Culture Survey

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Today Magnet Consulting launches its latest product, the PeopleEngagement(TM) Survey, aimed at diagnosing what is and isn't working in America's corporate cultures. PeopleEngagement(TM) gives leaders valuable insight into their workforces' engagement, allowing for course correction, appropriate decision making and ultimately better business results.

Dr. Sandy Fiaschetti - Magnet Consulting Co-Founder and Chief Instigator

Engagement is a current buzzword. The problem with buzzwords comes when people think simply surveying on it is enough. A tool like PeopleEngagement(TM) is most powerful when its results are actually used for action by corporate officers. -Dr. Fiaschetti

This week, Magnet Consulting launched their new organizational culture survey, PeopleEngagement (TM). PeopleEngagement(TM) provides all sizes of organizations with a snapshot of employee engagement and satisfaction and queries employees on various aspects of organizational culture.

PeopleEngagement(TM) captures employee perceptions of important organizational culture facets such as Leadership Behavior, Fairness, Accountability, Opportunity for Personal Growth, Values Alignment, Workload & Stress, and Reward & Recognition. The survey can be administered online and takes less than 30 minutes to complete.

The result of a PeopleEngagement(TM) survey is a detailed recommendation of people and culture actions for the individual company. Magnet holds to the philosophy that surveys should only be conducted when an organization is prepared to take practical, business-enhancing action on the subsequent issues.

As part of the PeopleEngagement (TM) launch, Magnet is offering the survey free to the first 25 organizations to sign up during the month of March.

PeopleEngagement(TM) is but one of Magnet's offerings. They are a full-service strategic people engagement consulting organization, creating employee selection, leadership development, and retention practices. Magnet specializes in shaping positive organizational cultures and in leader and executive assessment and development. Their background as organizational psychologists spans multiple industries and organization sizes.

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