Excellent point.
Michael Sealy Ignites

Thank you for this thoughtful response, Michael! That psychological safety you mention is so important, and as long as there are clearly established boundaries, employees should be encouraged to push up against them and engage in a dialogue with leadership about what change they want and need.

If you’re not using it to inform meaningful culture change, your employee engagement survey serves no purpose.

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