Questions in the EngageSurvey are separated into four (4) "Spheres of Experience" based on the environments at work that influence employees: Work Experience, Leadership, Manager, and Coworkers. When employees take the EngageSurvey, a Sphere header is displayed before each set of Driver statements to guide them on what sphere they should think about as they respond.
In this article, you will learn...
- The definitions and related drivers for each Sphere
- How to see what Sphere a Driver is in while going over engagement survey results
Access and availability
⛔️ Required access to Engagement results.
👥 This article is relevant to Engagement admins and any individual with results access.
📦 This feature is available in the Engage, Legacy Perform, and Total Platform pricing packages.
Sphere definitions and related drivers
The employee's work environment and organizational culture impact the engagement drivers in this sphere.
- Goal Support
- Professional Development
- Role Clarity
The employee's perception of top-level leadership impacts the engagement drivers in this sphere.
- Leadership Availability
- Leadership Integrity
The employee's relationship with their direct manager impacts the engagement drivers in this sphere.
- Psychological Safety
The working relationships the employee has with their immediate coworkers impact the engagement drivers in this sphere.
- Shared Values
- Coworker Relationships
See which Sphere a Driver is in while analyzing survey results
Once a survey is complete, you can access Driver reporting by navigating to Results > Drivers. A Driver's associated sphere is located in the "Sphere" column.