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Remote Employee Engagement Leadership (REEL)Toolkit

Thank you for participating in our survey which is designed to measure the effectiveness of the topics and items covered in the REEL Toolkit environment. Please note, the results from this survey are being collected by FMA as well as a team of federal employees (managers, supervisors and others) participating in a leadership program. Your feedback on the toolkit will help us refine it to ensure its effectiveness for federal leaders. Please share your resources so that we can bolster the repository.  We are NOT collecting names, so your responses will be anonymous.

2. On a scale of 1 to 5 (1 being “ineffective” to 5 being “highly effective”), how useful did you find the REEL Toolkit? *

3. On a scale of 1 to 5 (1 being “unlikely” to 5 being “very likely”), how likely will you use some of the resources made available in the toolkit? *

4. On a scale of 1 to 5 (1 being “unlikely” to 5 being “very likely”), how likely will you share the REEL Toolkit with other federal leaders, co-workers, etc.… either within or outside your current Federal Agency? *

5. What topic area did you find most interesting? *

6. What topic area did you find the least interesting? *

7. For which topic area did you want to see more information? *

8. For which topic area did you want to see less information? *

Feel free to also share any resources that you've found particularly helpful on this subject.

11. Demographics - How many remote workers do you directly or indirectly manage? *

12. I am a: *

Supervisor - I accomplish work through the direction of other people and evaluate their performance for the work accomplished

Manager - Direct the work of an organization, may have subordinate supervisors, accountable for the success of specific line or staff functions, monitor and evaluate the progress of the organization toward meeting goals, and make adjustments in objectives, work plans, schedules, and commitment of resources. 

Team Lead - I lead a team of employees, including leading the work, but I do not directly evaluate their performance. 

Employee - I am not a supervisor, manager or team lead.

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