Cluster Results and Resources

The People Matter Employee Survey (PMES) is a great way to find out how your business area or team is tracking on what matters to you. Whether you're having a PMES conversation or facilitating an upcoming debriefing and action planning session, we have developed a range of tools and resources to help you.

This page will be updated shortly with new tools and resources for the 2019 PMES Program.

Click on the links below to access hot tips and useful documents.

Eight Person Huddling Getting Started

Employee engagement is how individuals think, feel and act based on their everyday experience at work.

You can influence employee engagement in your team by having a conversation about your recent People Matter Employee Survey (PMES) results. Use the PMES conversation starter and template to plan what you would like to focus on in your upcoming meeting.

Here are some helpful resources for your upcoming session:

We recently met with our Transport Cluster colleagues at State Transit to learn more about how they are using the 2018 PMES results to hear from their employees and make positive change throughout the organisation. Click here to find out more.


Debriefing

Debriefing sessions are a useful way to share results with a business area or team so that everyone understands what the results mean.

You may wish to summarise your discussion in the form of a poster which can then be circulated with the team at a later date. Check out 'Key Documents' to download our helpful template which you can easily edit. This poster can also be leveraged during the action planning session.

Here are some helpful resources for your upcoming session:

We've also developed a range of cluster-wide communications resources including key messaging, packs and speaking notes for leaders which were used throughout the 2018 program. Check out 'Key Documents' to download our helpful documents.


Action planning

Action planning sessions are a useful way to support teams and managers in developing SMART action plans aligned to cluster and agency priorities.

Here are some helpful resources for your upcoming session:

You may wish to summarise your discussion in the form of a poster. Check out 'Key Documents' to download our helpful template.

The People Matter Employee Survey (PMES) is a great way to find out how your business area or team is tracking on what matters to you. Whether you're having a PMES conversation or facilitating an upcoming debriefing and action planning session, we have developed a range of tools and resources to help you.

This page will be updated shortly with new tools and resources for the 2019 PMES Program.

Click on the links below to access hot tips and useful documents.

Eight Person Huddling Getting Started

Employee engagement is how individuals think, feel and act based on their everyday experience at work.

You can influence employee engagement in your team by having a conversation about your recent People Matter Employee Survey (PMES) results. Use the PMES conversation starter and template to plan what you would like to focus on in your upcoming meeting.

Here are some helpful resources for your upcoming session:

We recently met with our Transport Cluster colleagues at State Transit to learn more about how they are using the 2018 PMES results to hear from their employees and make positive change throughout the organisation. Click here to find out more.


Debriefing

Debriefing sessions are a useful way to share results with a business area or team so that everyone understands what the results mean.

You may wish to summarise your discussion in the form of a poster which can then be circulated with the team at a later date. Check out 'Key Documents' to download our helpful template which you can easily edit. This poster can also be leveraged during the action planning session.

Here are some helpful resources for your upcoming session:

We've also developed a range of cluster-wide communications resources including key messaging, packs and speaking notes for leaders which were used throughout the 2018 program. Check out 'Key Documents' to download our helpful documents.


Action planning

Action planning sessions are a useful way to support teams and managers in developing SMART action plans aligned to cluster and agency priorities.

Here are some helpful resources for your upcoming session:

You may wish to summarise your discussion in the form of a poster. Check out 'Key Documents' to download our helpful template.