Designing an Effective Climate Survey
February 24 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm₱5000 – ₱7000
Good communication between management and employees is essential to attain industrial peace and harmony within the company. The presence of peace and harmony in the organization increases the productivity of employees and decrease attrition rate of potential problematic employees.
One tool to open the communication by management and employees is climate survey. Climate surveys are usually used to help diagnose the organization in a variety of issues such as the company’s success in communicating and effectively implementing its mission and values to the employees, quality of work environment, among others. The results of the climate survey shall provide for a better understanding of how the employees perceive the organization along different dimensions. This feedback tool is essential in identifying the health of the organization and the data generated therefrom can be used to facilitate organizational change, measure the impact of the current programs, and use to motivate and improve job satisfaction.
This one-day program shall serve as a guide for participants to understand the benefits of conducting a climate survey, along with a detailed template in creating and conducting the climate survey in an organization.
At the end of the training program, participants will be able to:
- Discuss the importance of organizational diagnosis through surveys
- Learn the process of creating and conducting a climate survey
- Understand how the climate survey can help in facilitating change in the organization
|Introduction: The Science of Surveys||· Definition
· Types of Surveys
· Advantages and Disadvantages
· How Climate Surveys are used as an Organization Diagnosis Tool
|Steps in Creating a Climate Survey||· Planning and Needs Analysis
· Focus Groups
· Survey Design
· Developing the Questionnaire
· Instrument Pre-test
· Data Analysis
· Presentation of Survey Results
· Creating Developmental Plans
|General Considerations in Survey Design||· Guidelines in writing the item pool
· Types of Items: open-response and fixed-response
· Likert Scale, Semantic Differential and the Shah Scale
· Formatting the Survey
· Order of Questions
· Sampling of Participants
· Reliability and Validity
· Anonymity and Confidentiality
|Application||· Evaluation and Interpretation
· Creating developmental plans to improve morale
RALPH IVAN A. GUTIERREZ
Mr. Gutierrez is the former Human Resources Director, Quality Management Department Head, & Support Services Group Head of Ditus Sapienta Holdings, Inc. and also a part-time faculty member at the De La Salle College of St. Benilde School of Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management.
He is also a human resources development consultant of the Employers Confederation of the Philippines, where he runs management and employee development programs for ECOP member companies.
He obtained a Masters Degree in Industrial and Employment Relations at the University of Turin in Italy and a Master’s Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology both from the Ateneo de Manila University.
He also completed 2 short courses program on Industrial Relations and Human Resources Management and Management Training Program by the Association for Overseas Technical Cooperation and Sustainable Partnerships, in Tokyo, Japan.
He was also granted a full scholarship by Temasek Foundation and Nanyang Polytechnic International in their Innovation and Enterprise Leadership Programme at Nanyang Polytechnic, Singapore.
Register today and avail our early bird discount:
A 10% discount will be given if payment is received 7 days before the course commences. Payment on-site and walk-in participants will pay the regular fee.