While 360-degree feedback provides the full picture quarterly, you may want to check the team's mood more often. It's important to keep track of the team's motivation
for many reasons. Especially, it's critical to sustain a healthy team culture in a remote team
, for example, celebrate your success together
even if you're not sitting in the same room.
First, team culture
is extremely important part of team work. We're all humans with a different emotional background and motivations. When a person is highly motivated, he/she delivers the best results and energizes the whole team. In contrast, the person feeling depressed may drag the team down and delay the deadlines.
When a team is small, an experienced manager feels the team's vibe. But as the team grows measuring team happiness becomes more complex and lacks consistency. That's where the team motivation survey
Sometimes it's enough to track the general climate in the team, rather than personal inputs. Motivation check-up survey acts like team mood barometer and may be anonymous if questions are sensitive. Usually, teams run them once a week or twice a month to keep the rhythm and see the trend.
Standuply eliminates the complexity in that process and makes it consistent.