The classic approach is to focus on the three-five areas with the lowest score in the report and implement initiatives to improve these areas.
Another approach is to discuss which areas will benefit most from work at your unit.
The areas with the lowest scores may not always be the most important areas to focus on improving. Sometimes, it may make be more valuable to focus on an area with an average score, because development or improvement in this area will make a bigger difference for the psychological work environment.
The third reading approach is to identify the two to three areas with the most positive results and discuss what you can learn from these areas. The aim of this approach is to keep what is good and/or learn from what is going well in order to improve the areas with a less positive result.
If the report shows a critical situation, this must be dealt with, and reading approach 3 cannot be used alone.