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95% of staff agreed

I believe I can make a valuable contribution to the success of this organisation

All managers have been trained on the 'measuring success' process, including how to agree SMART objectives, give effective feedback and assess performance. Managers recognise and reward colleagues in their teams in a number of informal and ad-hoc ways. These range from 'thank yous', notes from a member of the leadership team or CEO, a team lunch out, an afternoon off, food and drink. In addition, managers are encouraged to nominate their team members for formal recognition through the colleague Awards and Colleague Recognition events throughout the year.

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84% of staff agreed

I feel that my manager talks openly and honestly with me

They have a bi-annual work and a wellbeing assessment programme. This assessment measures the impact of work on colleagues' wellbeing and supports their belief that wellbeing is directly related to performance. The results of the survey inform organisation wide initiatives and team feedback sessions lead to team action plans to ensure that issues are addressed on a local team level. In addition, each area of the organisation nominates a work and wellbeing representative that are part of a team who feedback, advise of issues, review initiatives and ensure two way communication in between the assessments.

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85% of staff agreed

My team is fun to work with

All managers have been trained on the 'measuring success' process, including how to agree SMART objectives, give effective feedback and assess performance. Managers recognise and reward colleagues in their teams in a number of informal and ad-hoc ways. These range from 'thank yous', notes from a member of the leadership team or CEO, a team lunch out, an afternoon off, food and drink. In addition, managers are encouraged to nominate their team members for formal recognition through the colleague Awards and Colleague Recognition events throughout the year.

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95% of staff agreed

I believe I can make a valuable contribution to the success of this organisation

All managers have been trained on the 'measuring success' process, including how to agree SMART objectives, give effective feedback and assess performance. Managers recognise and reward colleagues in their teams in a number of informal and ad-hoc ways. These range from 'thank yous', notes from a member of the leadership team or CEO, a team lunch out, an afternoon off, food and drink. In addition, managers are encouraged to nominate their team members for formal recognition through the colleague Awards and Colleague Recognition events throughout the year.

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84% of staff agreed

I feel that my manager talks openly and honestly with me

They have a bi-annual work and a wellbeing assessment programme. This assessment measures the impact of work on colleagues' wellbeing and supports their belief that wellbeing is directly related to performance. The results of the survey inform organisation wide initiatives and team feedback sessions lead to team action plans to ensure that issues are addressed on a local team level. In addition, each area of the organisation nominates a work and wellbeing representative that are part of a team who feedback, advise of issues, review initiatives and ensure two way communication in between the assessments.

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85% of staff agreed

My team is fun to work with

All managers have been trained on the 'measuring success' process, including how to agree SMART objectives, give effective feedback and assess performance. Managers recognise and reward colleagues in their teams in a number of informal and ad-hoc ways. These range from 'thank yous', notes from a member of the leadership team or CEO, a team lunch out, an afternoon off, food and drink. In addition, managers are encouraged to nominate their team members for formal recognition through the colleague Awards and Colleague Recognition events throughout the year.

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