How can I use the Results graphs?
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Written by Rebeca Lobato Fernández
Updated over a week ago

Regular check-ins linked to company values and competences are crucial for maintaining a strong organizational culture, promoting ethical behavior, attracting and retaining talent and driving continuous improvement. By regularly assessing these aspects, companies can ensure that their actions align with their stated values, leading to more engaged teams and long-term success. You can follow up this evolution visually through the graphs displayed in your Results tab in your Reviews & Check-ins section.

How does the results graph work?

When you include questions regarding company values and competencies into a review and the first responses start to arrive, a new graph corresponding to that review will be created. To access the Results evolution graph follow the next steps:

  1. Go to your Reviews & Check-ins section and click on the Results tab.

  2. This new screen will show you a graph containing the following information:

    1. Graph name: The name is taken from the template created to launch your review.

    2. Average score of each campaign: Average score of all the responses provided for a specific campaign linked with the corresponding month.

      💡You can consult each campaign's average score results by clicking on the blue dot that appears on the graph.

  3. Total results average: The circular graph shows the results average of all the campaigns in which that review template has been used.

What can you use results graphs for?

Results graphs will provide you with more insight towards the performance of the people that has been evaluated helping you to make informed decisions about their professional development and growth as you will be able to:

  • Have a graphical representation of the evolution of recurrent campaigns that will provide you with the average score of the results of each campaign but also globally.

  • Identify tendencies or patterns between different reviews as you can compare the average results of each of them.

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