Part of implementing a survey like this one is a robust communication plan for sharing the results and an expectation of individual leaders implementing action plans within their teams to improve any problem areas following the survey's close. If the way top level leadership operates isn't working for employees, the results of the survey will speak for themselves. If leadership isn't willing to make changes based on the results, they shouldn't bother doing the survey to begin with.

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