Waggl for Culture
Strong organizational culture is positively linked to performance, engagement, retention, and brand. Waggl for Culture provides simple and effective ways to stay connected to your workforce and support the healthy growth of your organization.
- Monitor and guide key areas of your organizational culture
- Track trends and celebrate progress over time
- Prioritize action based on crowdsourced, employee-vetted feedback
Stay on the Pulse of your Culture
Bring together individuals, teams and leaders to create a connected culture
Solicit regular feedback and constructive contribution to improve the culture
Empower your organization to act quickly and positively around emerging needs or concerns
3D Robotics uses Waggl for Culture
3D Robotics is an American company headquartered in Berkeley, California that designs and manufactures commercial and recreational unmanned aerial vehicles. 3DR uses the Connected Culture pulse quarterly with their employees, for stunning results. "It's best to benchmark against yourself," Derek Sidebottom, VP of Talent, said about using this module. 3DR leadership uses the results generated by the quarterly pulse to assist in goal setting and to surface issues that keep their team from top performance. 3DR leadership receives highly actionable, prioritized answers that they can immediately use to take steps toward improvement.Request a Demo
In less than a week, the whole dialogue changed internally. Culture moved from HR to the leadership team. In all my experience working with the annual engagement survey, that has never happened before.
VP of Talent, 3D Robotics
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