Evaluation Export provides a detailed analysis of reactions and sentiments organized by participant while also protecting participant anonymity.
The Impact of Anonymity
Evaluations are critical to continually improving your programs. Every one of our clients reported that their participants contributed a wider range of feedback in evaluations than they do in face-to-face conversations.
However, did you know that respondents prefer anonymity? Participants are more likely to contribute honest and constructive feedback if their feedback is anonymous.
Connecting the Dots
On one hand, it seems obvious that evaluations, like surveys, should be anonymous. On the other hand, knowing who said what can help us understand participant feelings and reactions more deeply. Marketers figured this out a long time ago: if they could track an individual’s behaviors and reactions, they could sell more effectively.
In the world of evaluations, knowing how an individual responded across multiple questions can help us understand their reactions. When you understand participants reactions, you can provide the best possible experience for them.
If we had this data, we could ask:
- How many different people made comments about _______?
- How did Participant 1 rate Session A vs. Session B?
- Did Participant 2 have similar comments about all the sessions?
- What sessions contributed to Participant 3’s high Net Promoter Score?
How can you offer the best of both worlds — detailed analysis of reactions and sentiments by participant while also offering anonymity to maximize results?
Introducing Evaluation Export — The Best of Both Worlds
Evaluāt’s newly improved Evaluation Export provides you with the information you need, organized by respondent. Each respondent is identified by a unique code, instead of an email address or name, thereby protecting their anonymity.
Your Evaluation Export can also be opened in Excel, Minitab, SPSS and in other statistics software.
Take a look at our step-by-step guide to start using Evaluation Export. We’re really excited to share this new feature with you! If you have any questions about this new feature or any other aspect of Evaluāt, please give us a call or send us an email.