In September, 2019, Cortex Leadership Consulting conducted Team Engagement Pulse Survey (TEPS) for 6 different organizations. In the research, Cortex focused on smaller teams of less than 15 within bigger organizations measuring engagement levels for the 8 statements that Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall highlight in their research published in their book Nine Lies About Work: A Freethinking Leader’s Guide to the Real World said were the most important in determining a team member’s engagement levels.
A high mark in the research that was conducted about engagement at Earth Environmental was how highly the team members scored in areas that other firms sometimes struggle with. It’s not easy to ensure that your managers and the leadership of your company make the time to recognize each team member when they do excellent work. It requires a dedication to noticing what’s going right. From the results you see above, Earth hit the high mark on that one!
Take these results for instance in a recent TEPS at Earth, administered through our proprietary, interactive texting platform.
These were the results when the core civil engineering team at Earth was asked to rank the statement from 1 being strongly DISagree to 7 strongly AGREE, “My teammates have my back”.
Earth Environment measures their team engagement each and every month so we’ll see how they do when the September results come in. For now, though, Earth turned in the top performance against all other teams we ranked in September, 2019.
The survey was sent to the Earth Environmental Civil Engineering team members on September 6, 2019.