Kingsley’s Employee Engagement Program Helps MF Firms Drive Organizational Performance

1 min read

The Kingsley Employee Engagement Program (KEEP) is a cost-effective tool for multifamily firms to drive organizational performance through improved employee satisfaction, loyalty and engagement. The survey-based program measures employee engagement, while identifying strengths, weaknesses and potential best practices within an organization. Through this program, multifamily firms can:•    Optimize employee engagement and retention •    Gauge the […]

The Kingsley Employee Engagement Program (KEEP) is a cost-effective tool for multifamily firms to drive organizational performance through improved employee satisfaction, loyalty and engagement. The survey-based program measures employee engagement, while identifying strengths, weaknesses and potential best practices within an organization. Through this program, multifamily firms can:•    Optimize employee engagement and retention •    Gauge the alignment of employee and company goals •    Enhance employee/management relations •    Identify ways to improve employee satisfaction and engagement After the employee engagement survey is complete, Kingsley Associates will develop actionable reports, which include: Key Performance Indicator (KPI) dashboards summarizing performance in the areas most directly influencing employee satisfaction and engagement; correlation analysis to determine drivers of satisfaction and engagement; relevant benchmarks (Kingsley Associates has a database of employee satisfaction and engagement metrics specific to the real estate industry referred to as the Kingsley Index); question-by-question detail, with comparisons to the Kingsley Index; comparative analysis of groups (e.g. region, division, or VP); verbatim comments, without attribution to protection confidentiality as well as strategic executive brief which includes a detailed analysis useful to senior-level personnel as they review the firm-wide results. The brief will evaluate key demographic areas and will reveal trends, associations and insights that may not be readily apparent in the reports.

You May Also Like

The latest multifamily news, delivered every morning.


Latest Stories

Like what you're reading? Subscribe for free.