Organizational Wellbeing Index

Measure Individual, Team & Company Wellbeing
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Organizational Wellbeing Index

Measure Individual, Team & Company Wellbeing


We know that measuring whether your people are flourishing, functioning or floundering can be really challenging. As a result, it’s hard to shape and connect the different opportunities across your workplace to truly improve people’s wellbeing.

That’s why we partnered with Dr. Peggy Kern from Melbourne University and Insync Surveys to create the Organizational Wellbeing Index. Based on Professor Martin Seligman’s PERMA theory of wellbeing, the survey measures individual, team and organizational outcomes for the:

  • Frequency of heartfelt positive emotions
  • Opportunities for engagement in work
  • Presence of positive relationships
  • Sense of meaning and purpose
  • Ability to accomplish what matters

It then explores the impact these factors are having on employee engagement, levels of productivity and safety across the workplace.

What’s Inside?

  • All the technical support you’ll need to ensure employees can confidently and anonymously answer the survey questions (the survey takes just minutes to complete).
  • Full results at the individual, team and organization levels, delivered in PDF and via an online reporting tool, so you can explore the insights gathered by different teams, roles and length of employment.
  • Presentation of results delivered by Dr Peggy Kern and Michelle McQuaid, so together you can explore how your organization compares to others for wellbeing trends, what your outliers can tell you about wellbeing that is unique to your workplace, and what the insights can tell you when it comes to improving wellbeing across your staff.

We are in the process of building benchmark data to enable industry comparisons, so during our pilot period the Organizational Wellbeing Index can be purchased for a limited time for 300 (or more) staff for just AUD$7,000. But hurry – this special price is only for a limited time.

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