Retain your school staff through intentional engagement

Working in K-12 education has become increasingly difficult as teachers and staff juggle criticism, divisive politics, learning loss, and misinformation. It’s critical for school leaders to measure, track, and take action to improve teacher and staff engagement.

Employee-Engagement

Better engagement

Listen to feedback and create positive change

Your teachers and school staff want to be heard. With Let’s Talk, you can give teachers and staff the opportunity to ask questions, share feedback, and voice concerns — even anonymously.

Improve morale

Save your staff’s time, energy, and sanity

Your school staff have a lot on their plate and juggle incoming inquiries every day. Ease their workload by bringing inbound communications — including phone, email, in-person meetings, text messages, social media, and more — into one location with Let’s Talk’s unified inbox.

56% of in-person employees feel appreciated for their work, while only 39% of remote employees feel appreciated for their work.

Increase collaboration

Streamline internal collaboration

Having staff scattered across multiple buildings or working from
home doesn’t have to mean sacrificing internal collaboration. Let’s Talk enables your team to collaborate within and across departments while eliminating repetitive tasks and reducing risk for error.

Provide recognition

Celebrate your staff

Rewarding teachers and staff can go a long way to increase employee engagement and overall job satisfaction. Use Let’s Talk to easily capture staff nominations, shout outs, or notes of encouragement to recognize your team members.

“Let’s Talk gives you a system to increase responsiveness and engagement now while enabling you to expand to other departments or uses. It’s a solution that can really grow and evolve with the needs of your team and community.”

Darla Caughey ADMINISTRATIVE SUPERVISOR OF CUSTOMER SERVICE, OFFICE OF HUMAN CAPITAL | AUSTIN INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT (TEXAS)

“Let’s Talk allows teachers and staff to submit comments, questions, and feedback directly to the superintendent … We’ve found people appreciate this option, especially if they think of something after a meeting or if they’d like the option to be anonymous.”

Earl Dotson, Jr., APR CHIEF COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER | ROCKFORD PUBLIC SCHOOLS (ILLINOIS)