Surveys and Executive Interviews: Design and Implementation

Test CirclesBuilding on Full Circle’s strengths in research, writing, and stakeholder engagement, we are equally proud of our achievements developing and applying surveys and executive interviews.

These powerful, efficient tools—when well designed, carefully implemented, and applied in the right situations—can be equally effective in gathering actionable information and in building consensus and support.

We have successfully implemented straightforward phone interviews as well as designed and coordinated crack-of-dawn breakfast focus groups for busy business leaders.

If executive interviews and surveys are the right tool for you, we commit to leveraging our expansive trove of existing contacts, doggedly pursuing the right people if we don’t know them already, constructing an effective research frame, creatively crafting a survey structure (breakfast meeting anyone?), productively communicating with target stakeholders, and clearly communicating our findings and actionable recommendations.

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