Historically our company has shared the results, without segmentation or comments, of engagement surveys with the entire company. As we grow this level of access is at once both empowering and overwhelming – e.g. our Spring survey had 25 questions, each of which has a fairly nuanced breakdown regarding how the company-wide score reflects actual department / team / manager needs.
On the one hand, it’d be easy to just say “don’t share out the report that widely”. But the report access does reinforce a culture of transparency and shared ownership, which will be necessary as we grow.
Anyone have experience with crafting a company comms program around survey results that errs on this side of employee transparency? And/or more general thoughts or advice?