Creating different types of check-ins.
Check-ins come in 3 different flavors. Fundamentally they all work the same way. Admins have two additional super-powers, recurring check-ins and scheduled check-ins. These help them manage things better when working at scale.
Recurring check-ins function as benchmarks, against which you can measure your organization’s progress. You can think of it as being similar to a pulse survey. They should contain fewer questions and focus on people’s satisfaction and comfort levels. Tracking these results over time will help shed light on what perspectives need to be brought in to future check-ins. Only admins can create recurring check-ins.
Scheduled check-ins are intended to lighten the load of the facilitator, ensuring that progress is made even when things get busy. To start we set you up with a curated list of topics put together with the help of top DEI experts. Because each organization has its own unique set of challenges we encourage you to jump in and customize these to fit the initiatives and schedule of your organization. Only admins can create scheduled check-ins.
Custom check-ins allow anyone to take advantage of perspectives. Take the decisions you face everyday and open them up. Make smarter, more robust, and more equitable decisions by getting input from the perspectives that matter. Shorten the time needed to make decisions by running Uni live in meetings or on video calls. Show the underlying data that supports your decisions to build more buy-in with your team and stakeholders.