Resilience & Wellbeing Psychometrics
Resilience is a seriously under-estimated asset.
With the dramatic rise of stress, anxiety and other mental health issues both in the workplace and society at large, organisations need to make building resilient teams and resilient workplaces a top priority.
The good news is that we are now able to measure workplace resilience and its impact on wellbeing thanks to the Wraw psychometric tool.
Wraw is the world’s first psychometric tool and survey to measure resilience and its impact on wellbeing in the workplace. It’s an on-line self-assessment which only takes about 15 minutes to complete.
The Wraw assessment is based on the 5 Pillars of Resilience Model
Source: The Wellbeing Project (Europe) Ltd.
Your physical energy and hence mental capacity to deal with the daily challenges of life and work.
Your sense of meaning, purpose and goal orientation.
Your self-belief, confidence and hence ability to persevere when times get tough.
Your cognitive flexibility and adaptability to help you break unhelpful thinking patterns and get unstuck.
Your support network and how well you use it.
The CIPD defines supporting resilience and wellbeing as:
“Creating an environment to promote a state of contentment which allows an employee to flourish and achieve their full potential for the benefit of themselves and the organisation”
Thus, as well as providing personalised reports for individuals, Wraw also offers team reports, leader reports and organisational reports. This encourages a top-down and bottom up approach.
There are 4 versions
A report providing a snapshot of how an individual is managing and responding to current pressures.
An anonymised report providing a snapshot of how a specific team is managing and responding to current pressures.
A report offering valuable insights into how effectively a leader is creating a working environment which supports resilience and wellbeing.
A report providing an overview of current levels of resilience and wellbeing within an organisation including departmental differences, key pressure points and a leader index.
Companies with an engaged workforce with high wellbeing were found to have operating margins almost three times higher than companies with low engagement.
Source: Towers Watson Global Workforce Survey 2012
Benefits of Wraw
Highly validated measure of employee wellbeing and resilience
Valuable snapshot of current situation as resilience evolves over time
Range of reports depending on your current needs
Enhanced self-awareness and systemic awareness (what is happening in the wider system to support or undermine resilience and wellbeing)
Opportunity to gain further expert support by way of wellbeing strategy development and individual, executive or team coaching
Ability to target investment and interventions thereby maximising ROI
All the reports provide
In 2017 a report by Deloitte evidenced an average ROI of 4.2:1 on workplace mental health interventions.
Source: Deloitte Monitor Report: Mental Health & Employers: the case for investment, 2017