In my company not everything is running smoothly, the usual, lots of bureaucracy, no trust and transparency, top-down decisions and big ego's and blindness for what's going wrong at the top. To get the highest layer of management out of their bubble (they believe they're doing good), I suggested to do an anonymous survey with all employees, which surprisingly they thought was a good idea. The big risk now is that they will ask questions without risks, hence my post, what questions do you think they should ask or does anyone has a good set of questions or template of a good survey that can be shared ? In a perfect world, the results could show them reality, open their eyes and this could be the start of a change, at least that’s my (naïve ?) hope.
Three months ago, we announced the debut of our subscription model to the world. The response was amazing. Hundreds of pitch deck requests came in, 100+ follow-up calls were made, and 1,000+ new rebels have been (or will be) onboarded to the online Academy. At the same time, we learned a lot from the calls we received. For one, we've made a big change to our pricing structure. Time for an update.
Are you working your ass off? That's something to be proud of—hard work typically means putting in a lot of hours. At least five days a week, and a minimum of eight hours a day. And, of course, those with serious ambitions will not shy away from taking on even more hours... right?