Employee Empowerment

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Employee Empowerment Evaluation
Employee Name: __________
Survey
Instructions: To complete the survey respond to the questions using both the following scales by placing the appropriate number in the box to the right of the statement.

Response Scales
IMPORTANCE
How important is this factor to you?
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=

Not at all important
Less than Somewhat important
Somewhat important
Less than Very important
Very important
Less than Critically important
Critically important

1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=

EFFECTIVENESS
How well does your organization
implement this factor?
Not at all effective
Less than Somewhat effective
Somewhat effective
Less than Very effective
Very effective
Less than Totally effective
Totally effective

Employee Empowerment Evaluation Survey
Questions

Response Scale
Importance Effectiveness

Participation in Decision Making
1) I am involved in making decisions that affect my work.
2) I am given the opportunity to suggest improvements.
3) I participate in setting the goals and objectives for my
job.
4) Proposed decisions are made at the lowest appropriate
level.
5) I have access to the information I need to make good
decisions.
6) As I gain expertise I am allowed more latitude on the
job.
Perceptions of Immediate Supervisor
7) My supervisor values my suggestions and requests.
8) My supervisor encourages me to suggest ways to

Importance

Effectiveness

improve job quality.
9) My supervisor encourages me to suggest ways to
improve productivity.
10) My supervisor encourages me to continually develop my
job skills.
11) My supervisor keeps me informed of job problems or
concerns.
12) My supervisor is concerned about my professional
development.
Perceptions of Higher Management
13) Higher management shares information with people at
all levels.

Importance

Effectiveness

Importance

Effectiveness

14) People at my level receive the resources needed to do
the job right.
15) Higher management values ideas and suggestions from
my level.
16) I have access to my supervisor’s superiors when I need it.
17) Higher management understands my job enough to
evaluate my performance.
18) Higher management is interested in training people at
my level for advancement.
Management of Change
19) Employees’ ideas and opinions are sought when change
is considered.
20) I have a voice in the decision when changes are
planned.
21) The impact of technological change on people is always
considered.
22) Upcoming changes are talked about openly and freely.
23) People are given adequate and appropriate training to
deal with changes.
24) The rate of change in this organization is right.

Importance Scores - Averages
Employee

Participatio
n in decision
making

Perception
of
Immediate
supervisor

Perceptions
of higher
management

Managemen
t of change

Individual
overall
average

1
2
3
Group
Average
Effectiveness Scores – Averages
Employee

1
2
3
Group
Average

Participatio
n in decision
making

Perception
of
Immediate
supervisor

Perceptions
of higher
management

Managemen
t of change

Individual
overall
average

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