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How do I interpret results in teamecho?

The first teamecho results are in, but you're wondering where to start interpreting them? Here are some tips on how to interpret teamecho results and what conclusions you can draw from them.

What should you look for when analyzing teamecho Insights?

Look not only at the overall index in the survey results, but also at the results in the individual categories and questions, as well as the comments, if applicable. Some question can guide you through the analysis, such as: 

  • Are there categories or questions with particularly high values or positive comments? These are your teams' strengths or resources. Pay attention to them and draw on them, especially in stressful times.
  • Are there categories or questions with low(er) values or critical feedback? These are the weak points or obstacles. We recommend finding actions for improvement.
  • Are there categories or questions with varied distributions or very diverse answers? There are obviously different perceptions in the team and you should find out together what (not who!) is causing this.
  • Have values improved since the last survey on the topic? Be happy about the upward trend - it's your shared achievement!
  • Have values dropped? A decline can express a natural fluctuation or can be the beginning of a downward trend. It is important to remain attentive, to observe closely and, if necessary, to take action in due time.
  • Are you surprised about certain survey results or comments that you did not expect? These show your previous "blind spots." We all have blind spots, but feedback from outside reduces them and enables us to get a more complete picture.