Engaging Faculty and Staff at the University of Minnesota
Campus Conversation with University-Wide Results Held
If you were unable to join Vice President Kathy Brown and Dr. Brandon Sullivan on April 13 for the Campus Conversation, "2014 Employee Engagement," is available as a WebEx or PowerPoint presentation. Vice President Brown and Dr. Sullivan provided an overview of 2014 responses for the entire University, compared year-to-year results, and supplied context on the data and situations that may be shaping results.
Employee Engagement Quick Links
The University of Minnesota Engagement Model
E2 Employee Engagement supports the University's commitment to meet its academic and research mission by creating workplaces that energize, empower, and enhance faculty and staff. Engagement profoundly shapes both the quality of the faculty and staff experience, as well as workplace outcomes. It impacts recruiting, retaining, and developing top talent, as well as collaboration and innovation. For individuals, it affects both resilience and well being.
The University of Minnesota uses a unique model to measure engagement of faculty and staff on all campuses:
Types of Resources
The University of Minnesota has developed many resources to help leaders and individual contributors to take action in support of employee engagement. Over 75 resource sheets and tools are available to help leaders think about how to take the next step based on the survey data for their faculty and staff. This website includes three key types of information to help in this process: Resources for Understanding Employee Engagement
, Tools and Tips
, and Tools
.Resources for Understanding Employee Engagement
provide an overview of the key metric or dimension along with which survey questions relate to this dimension, self-reflection questions for leaders, discussion questions for groups, possible action-planning activities and questions. Tools and Tips
are PDF documents that provide a one-page summary of a tool and information on how to use the tool with faculty and staff, including an assessment of how long it will take to complete. Tools and Tips include a hyperlink to the online tool, which can be an article, video, website, or other information.Tools
are hyperlinks that go directly to a tool, such as an article or video.