About Ana Peñaranda

Ana Peñaranda is the Director of People Transformation at Tatum and manages the Engagement Review and Development projects of the consultancy and applying the TEE model—she is in charge of the technical side of this model together with the team at the Complutense University, Madrid, Spain. Moreover she is specialized in the implementation of organizational values and culture, change management and in the application of work-life balance plans. She graduated in Psychology from the Complutense University in Madrid and took her doctoral credits at the Autonomous University of Madrid. The TEE (Tatum Experiential Engagement) model for engagement evaluation and development, by Tatum and the Complutense University of Madrid, allows teams to be transformed, increasing their engagement. It does this by evaluating the engagement level of the workforce using its proprietary scale and identifies the levers of work experience that most impact engagement in each organization. Organizations must act upon these levers if they wish to improve this affective bond. The TEE model also defines three types of people depending on their engagement level and determines their presence by department, by professional level, or by work centre, and so on, in order to implement different actions for each group.

After several years of challenges, workforces are very weary. Organizations that want to compete in today’s changing scenario must succeed in regaining engagement and enthusiasm among their teams, generating team experiences that strengthen their ties to the organization. For this, first they must find out the level of engagement among their employees using measurement tools, and…

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