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Take Our DIY Engagement Benchmarking Survey!

Intro to our DIY Engagement Benchmarking Survey

Ever wondered exactly what it takes to be an engaging organization? Or wish someone would come into your organization, give you the once-over, and tell you in layman's terms where you're excelling and where you need work?

If this has ever been a dream of yours, we've got some good news for you. Several years ago, we developed the Groundwire Engagement Benchmarking Survey tool to help the organizations we work with determine where they should be investing their (limited) resources. We've used it enough to believe that it actually provides useful, actionable diagnostic information, and decided to make a DIY version that anyone could use. You, maybe.DIY Survey Results

There are ten questions in our survey. Over the next ten months, we'll present one section of our survey and related resources to help you improve your engagement foundation.

You can take the survey now (or anytime in the future), and get a printable report that you can share with your team, board, partners, etc. The survey is 100% confidential, but you will get an invitation to join an online community of practice around engagement. Which will be awesome—but if you're not interested, feel free to skip the invitation. You can still download your survey results as a PDF or printed copy.

We'll be publishing and posting resources every month related to a specific question, so once you take the survey (or even if you don't), you can look forward to additional support and advice over the next year. Served up in digestible chunks.

Take the Survey.

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