Your employees spend a lot of time writing each day, from team notes and client emails to customer service chats. In fact, 96% of Grammarly users surveyed consider writing skills important to their job performance. How well they communicate drives your company’s productivity, efficiency, and competitiveness.
The best way to build core job skills is through real-time training. Real-time training is hands-on and continuously embedded in the flow of daily work. But we know that kind of training is time-consuming, especially when you’re trying to measure results or manage a large group of people.
Build efficiencies with real-time writing feedback
Grammarly Business provides lean, just-in-time training that saves time and empowers lasting improvements. As your team members become better communicators, you build efficiencies through greater clarity, fewer internal review cycles, and faster, more accurate writing.
Grammarly Business gives managers tools and visibility to help drive those results. Our AI-powered writing assistant provides continuous learning. Plus, it’s embedded in the channels your employees use every day: chat, emails, documents, and even comments on documents. The tool provides tips on nuances like tone, formality, and fluency. Then it closes the feedback loop with insights to help managers and employees monitor their progress and usage.
Discover team coaching opportunities with diagnostics
Grammarly Business analytics is a powerful diagnostic tool that helps managers and employees uncover communication strengths and opportunities. Suddenly, employees can see what they’re learning and where they’re improving. Managers have aggregate communication metrics to inform productivity and performance.
And they have more visibility into their team’s overall performance, with insights on key metrics like suggestions flagged and accepted, time saved, and even top tones identified in communications. In addition to building skills, these insights give managers a clear picture of the return on investment (ROI) of Grammarly Business. The returns in productivity and efficiency are substantial:
- 92% of users say Grammarly Business has saved them time in writing and editing their work.
- 76% of users say Grammarly Business helps them get more work done.
Meanwhile, teams using Grammarly Business report rewarding results, too:
- Increased productivity by over 20%
- Reductions in writing time by 50% per task
- Efficiency gains of 13% when reviewing writing
- Improved 70% of communications reviewed
8 strategies for unlocking efficiencies with Grammarly Business analytics
These practices will help you leverage insights from Grammarly Business for better productivity and efficiency.
1 Create communication goals: Employees care about their communication skills. If you see areas for improvement, chances are they do, too. Consult with them individually to identify specific communication goals to improve.
2 Start with weekly check-ins: During weekly check-ins, you can align your team’s communication goals with dashboard data, including team usage reports. If you’re not seeing the usage you expect, it’s easy to nudge individuals with reminders to log in.
3 Reward incremental success: Help employees see where they’re improving. While individual user data is private and only visible to them, leaders can acknowledge and reward Grammarly Business use. Users can also measure their own success with weekly insight reports as they watch their writing improve.
4 Encourage usage: Some employees may need reminders to run their work through Grammarly Business. With weekly and monthly usage reports, you’ll be able to nudge usage and encourage adoption.
5 Use the tools yourself: Managers and executives benefit from powerful writing, too. Using Grammarly Business can help you polish and perfect your internal and external communications. It also sets an excellent example for your team.
6 Measure ROI: You can’t manage what you don’t measure. Use the insights from Grammarly Business to identify broader opportunities and areas for improvement across your team, department, and company.
7 Deliver targeted training: Grammarly Business analytics can help you identify patterns and persistent issues in employee communications. You can use these insights to guide individual and team training for better results.
8 Gather feedback: After using Grammarly Business for several months, ask employees how it’s working for them. Combine this subjective feedback with analytics to get a full picture of your company’s ROI.
Time saved is money earned
With Grammarly Business, there’s no need to circulate every external message for review. And when you do, you can keep reviewers focused on the messaging, not the mechanics. Plus, you can feel more confident hitting “send” (without spotting an embarrassing mistake when it’s too late to fix it).
Putting those minutes back on the clock puts money back into your bottom line. And it empowers your employees to get better results with every message they send. That’s an easy yet important win for your teams.
Interested in giving your employees the power of Grammarly Business? Start a free trial today.