UNT System annual gallup survey to be distributed on Oct. 3

From the Office of the Chancellor

Dear Faculty and Staff of the UNT System,

As we work together to shape the future of UNT System, it is critical for our leaders to listen to our faculty and staff. With that in mind, the Gallup Q12 Engagement Survey will launch on October 3, 2022, for all employees across the entire UNT System.

The Gallup Q12 Engagement survey is a tool that measures performance management needs, employee motivation and psychological commitment. This annual survey provides you with an opportunity to anonymously share input on what it’s like to work for the UNT System or one of our member institutions.

This marks the sixth year for UNT System to participate in the Gallup survey – helping us continue to learn what’s important to faculty and staff as we strive to be a “Best Place to Work.” Using data from past years, high-performing teams in our system have utilized insights from Gallup to improve processes, develop professional development plans and revamp how they approach performance management conversations. With your candid input, we can better understand our organizational successes, as well as opportunities for improvement.

You will receive a unique email from Gallup on Monday, October 3rd, and I ask that you please take a few minutes to complete it prior to Friday, October 14th. Your input is especially critical as we navigate the ever-changing impacts of the pandemic on our workplace and look ahead, planning for our future.

Remember, this is not just a survey, this is your chance to do your part in helping to make the UNT System a better place for you, your coworkers, our students and community members. Engagement is not a quick fix, but a journey that will help us further our overall mission. As a reminder, all survey responses remain anonymous.

In the weeks ahead, you will receive communications on what to look for, how we plan to share the results and resources to guide teams on what to do after they have received their results.

Thank you for your support,

Dr. Michael R. Williams