Several times in the past year, I noticed our team was struggling. I realised something was going wrong and that we needed to spend more time with each other, making sure everyone felt safe to share their minds and feelings. But I more often failed than succeeded in making this happen. Why? Because I chickened out.
“Daddy, did you check the weather forecast?” This is the question my daughter asks me almost every morning. Maybe I should do this more often. Just like not checking the weather forecast often leads to us coming home drenched in rain, ignoring good HR data & analytics can also leave us out in the cold.
Investing in people analytics leads to a win-win for the business as well as its people. Here are 7 useful steps to consider when undertaking workforce analytics.