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Tom Murphy’s emphasis on getting real-time, granular, and specific feedback from employees at every level of the organization provides the foundation necessary for conquering communication challenges. He uses POPin in an innovative way to get to the heart of issues quickly and efficiently. One of the first POPin sessions the University of Pennsylvania ran was to identify the pain points that get in the way of people doing their jobs. With the feedback from the session, Murphy founded a continuous improvement program that helps projects succeed.
Charlie Brown’s emphasis on giving every employee a voice, especially the ones that are hard to hear, ensures the best ideas are brought to the forefront. Engagement in a company with over 20,000 employees is difficult- and Brown understands how critical it is that everyone understands what direction the company is going and has the ability to contribute to it. His dedication to engagement connects leadership to the rest of the company.
Ashlee Weisser’s emphasis on buy-in is one of the reasons she’s made such a meaningful impact at Red Robin with POPin. Giving employees a voice and providing a safe way for people to express counter or supportive opinions is the only way to find out the truth behind what your organization actually thinks and feels. Weisser leverages this by running multiple POPin sessions, using the first to gather surface level feedback and diving deeper to unearth additional value and suggestions. This approach is the most collaborative way to use the tool, as it doesn’t just allow participants the opportunity to share what their roadblocks are, but also why they exist.
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