MyPeople Group, a leading provider of cloud-based employee performance management and engagement analytics solutions, has launched a new organisational culture profiling service. It has been developed by the same analytics team that helped GB cycling, GB rowing and England Rugby to achieve outstanding success through the aggregation of marginal gains. MyPeople’s profiling service applies the same proven principles to the business environment using scientific data captured through employee engagement, values and psychometric surveys.
According to CMyPeople Group: “Our new profiling service will deliver significant benefits to organisations of every size by giving them a clearer idea of successful team dynamics and what behaviours in the business are actually driving performance. MyPeople is the first to combine engagement, values and performance data to provide objective evidence of the strength of corporate culture and how employees are aligned to it.”
The MyPeople profiling service uses the latest survey techniques to capture data relating to employee engagement, mood, personality and performance. They are quick and easy to complete in less than five minutes. Daily mood surveys using a mobile app determine how employees feel about the organisation and their sentiments relating to performance outputs over time. This data is then used by MyPeople to profile individual and team dynamics and highlight any area where disconnects may be adversely affecting organisational performance.
“MyPeople provides organisations with unique levels of insight into cultural and team dynamics, including the personality types and behavioural characteristics of high and low performing teams,” continued MyPeople. “This profiling service also reveals which aspects of a company’s culture drive performance and provides a quantifiable way of measuring the adoption of corporate values by employees.”
MyPeople Group provides this profiling service as a complete managed service and generates detailed reports giving real-time insight into the individual performance of employees and teams. This helps organisations to substantiate decision-making processes regarding training requirements, team assignments and promotions.