Understanding Hone's Impact Survey

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Hone is excited to bring our post-program assessment which has been specially designed to support busy Learning and Development Leaders in building their learning program ROI story. Hone's Impact Survey reflects the intentional design of our class content and live, cohort-based training, which are aimed at driving lasting behavior change and performance improvement.


Why Choose the Hone Impact Survey?

  • Less is more: We understand that time is precious, so that is why the number of questions in the assessment is only six. With fewer options to sort through, you'll have a clearer path to taking action and making meaningful changes.

  • For all employee levels: We believe in inclusive learning, which is why the Impact Survey is relevant to employees at all levels. Whether they are individual contributors or people managers, the survey covers all program content, catering to the diverse needs of your organization.

  • Data analysis: We've revamped the filters in the survey, enabling you to analyze the data based on specific departments or locations. This means you can now gain deeper insights that are tailored to different segments of your organization. 


Impact Survey Overview

Number of Questions 6
Level of Employee All programs (Manager, IC, and DEIB)
Reporting Filters Respondent Role, Programs, Groups, Location, and Department
Device Capability Computer and mobile-friendly
Timing of Survey 28 days after the last core class
Requirement to Receive Results 2 out of 3 nominees must submit their response
Questions Type Impact and diagnostic questions
Overall Objective Show the impact of an individual’s growth and area(s) for development



  • For single-class programs, we recommend a minimum of a 4-class program to take full advantage of the Impact Survey.
  • Please keep in mind that Practice Lab classes are not considered core classes. 




Please don't hesitate to email support@honehq.com if you have additional questions. 




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