Staff members respond favorably to Internal Needs Assessment survey

Last month’s Intersections article gave the executive summary of the results from the Agency Internal Needs Assessment for 2009.  The survey sought opinions on continuous improvement and district needs.  The first Internal Needs Assessment survey went out in Spring of 2008 and the table below shows the comparison between the two surveys.  As well as a higher number of participants in the 2009 Survey, the percentages of people who strongly agree/agree to the statements, other than one statement, have also improved.  Thank you to everyone who participated.

Percent of AEA 267 staff who strongly agree or agree

Statements N=350 N=599
2008 2009
AEA 267 Staff Who Reported that the Agency Consistently Uses the Continuous Improvement Process. 89.2 93.9
AEA 267 Staff Who Reported that the Agency Consistently Uses Data to Drive Implementation of Actions. 87.6 92.0
AEA 267 Staff Who Reported that the Agency Consistently Provides Services that Meet Local School District Needs. 92.0 91.1
AEA 267 Staff Who Reported that the Agency Consistently Demonstrates Proactive Leadership. 86.2 88.4
AEA 267 Staff Who Reported that They Understand How the Agency’s Values Play a Role in Their Work. 95.2 96.8
AEA 267 Staff Who Understand How the Agency’s Operating Principles Play a Role in Their Work. 93.1 96.7
AEA 267 Staff Who Reported that Over the Last Year They Have Improved Their Own Skills in Service Content Competency. 98 99.7
AEA 267 Staff Who Reported that Over the Last Year They Have Improved Their Own Skills in Using Data in Making Decisions. 93.1 95.5
AEA 267 Staff Reported that Over the Last Year They Have Improved Their Own Skills in Relationships. 95.9 97.8
AEA 267 Staff Who Reported that Over the Past Year They Would Rate the Quality of Their Own Work as Excellent. 96.5 96.9
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.