Why your colleagues are taking the Universitywide Engagement, Leader and Self-Identification Survey
Check your email for your secure link to the survey, which also serves as this year's chair evaluation.
January 25, 2021
More than 35% of faculty and staff members across the Metropolitan State University of Denver community have already completed the new Universitywide Engagement, Leader and Self-Identification Survey.
“I like that the survey gave me the chance to let my chair know what they’re doing well and what they can improve on, as this survey is also being used as this year’s chair evaluation,” said Sarah Chorley, Ph.D., assistant professor, Communication Studies.
Check out this quick video to learn why Chorley and other Roadrunners – including Lucinda Conde, Individualized Degree specialist; Nick Pistentis, executive director of Application Services; and Lekshmy Sankar, assistant director for Database and Application Administration – took the survey and why they encourage all employees to share their feedback.
Employees are invited to complete the survey by Friday.
Important info about the Universitywide Engagement, Leader and Self-Identification Survey:
- Employees should have received an email with a link to the survey Jan. 18. Please check your “Other” inbox if you don’t see the survey in your “Focused” inbox.
- The survey is secure and confidential.
- Survey results will be available in mid-March.
- The University is aiming for 100% participation, and your feedback is vital.
- The survey is brief and should take 10-15 minutes to complete.
- The survey includes culture and engagement questions as well as questions specific to your supervisor, department and team.
- Employees can provide demographic information to better help the University meet the needs of all campus-community members.
To learn more, please read the Universitywide Engagement, Leader and Self-Identification Survey FAQs.
For questions about the survey, please contact Sean Petranovich, Ph.D., director of Data and Analytics. Please stay tuned for upcoming emails and coverage in the Early Bird.
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