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Jocelyn Stange

Jocelyn Stange

As a Content Marketing Specialist at Quantum Workplace, Jocelyn is committed to creating informative and entertaining content to help make work awesome for every employee. When she's not zeroed in on writing for and editing The QWork Future, you can find her perfecting pirouettes to some 80’s rock and attempting to steal your dog (only for the day).

Articles by Jocelyn Stange

Pulse Survey Guide: Tips for Collecting Real-Time Employee Feedback

4.1.20 by Jocelyn Stange
Employee Surveys, Employee Engagement Software

Employee engagement has been the driving force behind people success for organizations around the world. Some companies are spending millions of dollars each year trying to transform their workplaces into ones that attract top talent, achieve high productivity, and keep top performers for a...

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10 Practical Tips for Driving Employee Engagement

3.31.20 by Jocelyn Stange
Employee Engagement, Managers & Leaders

The push for higher employee engagement isn’t new—yet it can still feel woefully out of reach. You want to improve employee engagement. But where do you start?

 

The first step is to identify and then act on the key drivers of engagement for your organization.

 

In this blog, we’ll cover exactly...

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Crisis Communication at Work: Tips for Putting Your Business in Motion

3.26.20 by Jocelyn Stange
Company Culture, Research & Trends

Keeping employees engaged becomes a lot harder during times of crisis and change. Uncertainty in the workplace related to job security or workplace safety—paired with a range of emotions from anger to fear—can be detrimental to employee, team, and business success.

 

As your organization...

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45 High-Impact Pulse Survey Questions You Should Be Asking Employees

3.10.20 by Jocelyn Stange
Employee Engagement, Employee Surveys

 

Whether your business is growing or going through change, it’s important to capture feedback from employees in the moment. But asking for feedback on a one-on-one basis is overwhelming and inefficient.

 

Pulse surveys are quick and targeted opportunities to gather feedback from employees as...

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14 One on One Meeting Topics You Should Be Discussing With Employees

2.27.20 by Jocelyn Stange
Performance Management, Managers & Leaders

In a world where texting is the primary form of communication, it’s not always easy to build an authentic relationship with your employees.

 

Enter one on one meetings. While these conversations are often centered around employee performance, they can and should be about a lot more than this.

 

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150 One on One Meeting Questions for Job Performance and Development

2.13.20 by Jocelyn Stange
Performance Management

When conducted effectively, one on one conversations can be valuable to your organization. 55% of highly engaged organizations said employees are expected to have one-on-ones monthly or quarterly, compared to only 22% of disengaged organizations.

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