This guide provides advice on how HR professionals can maximise the impact of individual voice channels within their organisation. Individual voice channels include those that enable each employee’s voice to be listened to, rather than incorporated into a group perspective. 

This form of voice recognises that sometimes individuals have legitimate concerns or issues they wish to talk about that may or may not be directly related to improving the functioning of the organisation. Some channels that help organisations to better understand and elicit individual voice are highlighted below. 


People managers

Voice champions

Senior management

All employees


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