How To Increase the Number of Your Team's Comments
Comments are critical to understanding what’s going on and potential Action we can take. Increase the number of comments in your dashboard by:
- Explaining comments are key to arriving at solutions and are anonymous
- Communicating your own team expectation of at least 1 comment per submission
- Suggest ‘shout-outs’ and suggestions are included in Teamgage comments
- Highlighting examples of useful/constructive comments within the team discussion
- Creating Actions based on comments helps drive engagement and more constructive comments.
Tip: consider a monthly ‘comment theme’ with everyone providing a single comment on ‘topic x’ (choose a topic that helps your team discuss immediate areas of importance)
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