assessment toolCorporate vitality index
Employees’ performance is mainly based on their work-related attitudes. By using CVI to measure different critical areas, their leader can improve their motivation level.
The methodology is based on the human behavioural researches of the University of Nottingham, University of Melbourne and the British Health & Safety Institute.
Can cvi be helpful to your company?
Corporate Vitality Index
CVI measures the general attitude of employees, leaders, and managers toward critical work areas to find which areas need attention and improvement.
CVI will provide you with the information to lay the groundwork for a strategic approach to fix the underlying issues.
Provides immediate assistance to the leader
easy to follow
Accurate, short, easy-to-follow managing guidance and reports
multi-level multi-dimensional measurement
Four dimensions (attitude towards the company, work, leader, team), three measuring output levels (corporate, team and individual)
Increases employee performance, efficiency and commitment
discover improvement areas
Reveals latent problems
Critical Areas being measured
Gain Insight Relating To The
Company’s Market Reliability
Market Reaction of Company
Ethical Market Behavior of the Company
Company as a Learning Organization
Assessing Usefulness of Work
Decision-Making of Management
Supporting Each Other
Accepting Each Other
Atmosphere of Trust
Conflicts in the Team
Criticism Within the Team
Intrigue Within the Team
Cynicism Within the Team
Individual Uprising Options
The assessed groups
Compare Different Groups and Leaders
The survey shines when it is completed by different levels of employees and leaders, and the results are compared.
The survey measures employee attitude toward the four dimensions. The results can then be compared and averaged to the team as a whole, giving a better understanding of the overall situation at the firm.
Survey taken by the team leader can show the attitude they have towards the company and their direct leader (or manager). The results can then be compared to the team that they lead to show discrepancies in attitude and areas that need attention.
The survey the manager takes will provide insights about their attitude towards their direct supervisor and a company as a whole. It can then be layered on top of the subordinates aggregated average and the team’s leader survey results to reveal discrepancies and areas that require attentions.
CVI helps to identify those attitudes of employees which come from their contentment. All responses and process values reflect perceptions of employees. If only a small percentage of respondents finds a field to be improved, our task will be to manage perception and individual problems of those employees. However, if many employees give lower ratings for a measured result-area, that certain area should be developed.
Step by step
STEP 1: Consultation
Fill the contact form and we will get in touch as soon as possible to set up a complimentary consultation to evaluate whether we are the right solution for what you are trying to achieve.
STEP 2: Finding a Coach
After the consultation is complete and you wish to work with us, we will recommend several CVI experts (highly experienced corporate coaches) that can administer the exam, evaluate the results, provide the plan and training on how to execute it.
STEP 3: Filling the Survey
After you find the expert, they will provide you with a link to the exam. Each employee will be able to take the exam individually at their own convenience, and the results can be filled anonymously (optional). By our experience, 95% of respondents fill out the survey
STEP 4: Analyzing the Results
After all the employees finish filling out the survey, the results are aggregated and calculated using over 65,000 mathematical operations. The results are presentable online or in a downloadable
Step 5: Creating the Intervention Plan
The CVI Expert will review the results together with you and will recommend a holistic plan. The plan will address the areas that showed poor results and the areas that had a large deviation in perception from the different rank of employees (for example the large difference in “work targets” between the team, the team leader, and their manager).
STEP 6: Executing the Plan
After coming up with a complete plan, it is up to you to execute it. The CVI Expert will be there to answer any questions you may have and assist you in any way they can.
STEP 7: Evaluating the Change (optional)
6-12 months after executing the plan, we recommend retaking the exam to measure the change and see if any additional work is required. We offer
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