Imagine you have a team of 10 employees using a rope to pull a boulder up a hill.
- Two people are pulling with all their might.
- Seven people are pulling—but not at full force.
- One person is actively sawing the rope in half.
If your people are disengaged, this is what’s happening in your workplace every day. And it’s preventing you from reaching your business goals.
Just imagine what your company could achieve if all employees pulled in the same direction at full force! The revolutionary PI Diagnose solution makes this dream a reality.
The PI Diagnose solution
The PI Diagnose solution is a powerful framework for solving engagement problems—and maintaining employee engagement. From software to workshops to expert consulting, we give you the tools and knowledge you need to shift your company into high gear.
PI Employee Experience SurveyTM
Uncover why your employees are disengaged, what you’re doing well, and how you can take action to fix or maintain engagement.
Employee experience coaching
Don’t go it alone. An expert PI Certified Partner will guide you in administering the PI Employee Experience Survey, sharing out results, and implementing actionable next steps to ensure success.
Take Action on Engagement workshop
Arm people managers with the confidence they need to discuss the results of the PI Employee Experience Survey with their teams and take action.
Learn how FAM used the PI Diagnose solution to identify the causes of disengagement and stop turnover.
What causes low employee engagement?
Our researchers have identified four forces that destroy engagement.
Misalignment with the job
Misalignment with the manager
Misalignment with the team
Misalignment with the organization
Your company might be fighting against one of these forces—or all four. In any case, you have employees who do the bare minimum to avoid getting fired. Actively engaged employees go above and beyond because they’re emotionally committed to your company’s success.
The PI Employee Experience Survey measures employee engagement across the four categories—and delivers a custom action plan so you can fix what’s broken or keep doing more of what’s working well.