How to Create a Commitment Plan and Share it with Your Team

A survey is only as effective as the follow-up that happens. 

Your Commitment Plan contains the commitments your team decided on and the plan to take to achieve them.

Note: By now you should have already reviewed your team’s survey results and met with your team to discuss a plan to improve engagement on your team. If not, stop and do those tasks first!

  1. Define Your Commitments

    If your team decided to work on one of the survey items, then you can add commitments to improve that item. If you are stuck, check out our resources  for a selection of content that can help improve employee engagement.

    Now that you’ve determined your commitments, you’ll want to have a due date. This helps drive urgency to complete the commitment and creates accountability. You can do this simply by adding a task to your calendar and sharing it with your team.

  2. Track Your Progress

    Send an email once a month, or even meet if that’s better for your culture, with a reminder of your commitment plan and any progress you’ve made. It is important to communicate what work is being done to follow through on commitments and when they are completed.

Don’t want to do this all on paper? Or need an awesome tool to make is easier? Check out our Employee Engagement Platform.