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Guide to Creating Successful Employee Experiences
Guide to Creating Successful Employee Experiences

A guide to creating successful employee experiences using our available tools

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Written by Jared Ellis
Updated over a week ago

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A guide to creating successful employee experiences using our available tools

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An organization’s success is dependent on successful managers who contribute to a positive employee experience, and HR plays a key role in enabling those managers. The future of work is a world where the employee experience is co-created between the people team, managers, and employees. By building a strong partnership, you have an opportunity to create a positive ‘ripple effect’ of change at every level of your organization. But to do this, employees need the right tools to be able to take initiative and contribute to your organization’s success.

To amplify your employee experience, employees, enabled by your team’s work, improve their own experience through:

  • developing and refining skills

  • having meaningful 1-on-1s

  • creating aligned goals

  • learning faster through Anytime feedback.

Culture Amp created a unique collection of easy-to-implement capabilities to do just that.

"The big initiative that I had in 2021 was manager training. We did a ton of research of meeting with different managers figuring out what skills they wanted to develop.

…it’s been really useful to have Culture Amp as a tool that managers and our folks can use for a variety of different things. Folks are going into Culture Amp multiple times a week to do 1-on-1s and Skills Coach [Courses]. It just becomes a regular tool that they use.”

– Haley Hammond, Learning and Development Manager, M1

To get started, register for our Amplify your employees’ day-to-day experience learning path on Culture Amp Training to better understand how these tools work together to drive change. After you have reviewed the learning path, this guide will walk you through the resources and tools you need to equip managers to lead in today’s work environment and have a greater, positive impact on their teams.

Available Resources

To help you on your journey, we have created multiple enablement assets for you to use. You will also see these assets linked in your future lessons.

Skills Coach

Skills Coach is a skill-based learning tool for managers that delivers engaging micro-content directly through Slack, Microsoft Teams, or email. Created in partnership with LifeLabs Learning, Skills Coach helps drive new behaviors to transform managers and employees by teaching them the important skills they need.


1-on-1s give managers and employees the opportunity to talk honestly about things that impact their work and experiences, challenges they face, what is working, how they are doing, and their work relationships. Designed by our organizational psychology experts and team of people scientists, these meaningful and continuous conversations drive performance, productivity, and engagement.


One of the most powerful ways to enhance performance and drive success is through the effective use and alignment of goals. Goals form the backbone of the performance management and employee development processes and are one of the most important motivational tools positively affecting performance in organizations.

Anytime Feedback

One of the top five reasons employees leave a company is the inability to learn and grow. Feedback allows managers to help employees align their skills or competencies to career needs while also accelerating business change. Employees can easily give and request feedback on core skills on an ongoing basis directly in their flow of work.

Additional Resources

Here are some additional help articles that might benefit you on your journey.


Blog post(s)

Keep up to date with our Webinars, Resources, and Blog and check out some key resources below:

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