Step 3: Set Selection Criteria
Training Video: Set Criteria (7:45)
Design Team members
Come up with a set of measurement criteria to consider when evaluating any intervention.
Think about what measurable results the group hopes for, regardless of which specific intervention is chosen. Particularly:
- What should the scope of an intervention be - i.e., how many employees should it reach?
- What measurable benefits should an intervention bring to the organization?
- What resources are available within the organization for an intervention?
- What potential obstacles/barriers are there to the success of an intervention?
As you consider the many factors that could “make or break” interventions, other contributing factors and/or new ideas for activities may become obvious. It is a good idea to review Steps 1 and 2 and make any needed changes or additions before going on to Step 4.
To Complete Step 3: