Wellbeing is directly linked to resilience and can no longer be addressed as a tick-box exercise!
Resilient Thoughts = Resilient Actions
With over 50% of the workforce reporting they have little or no access to wellbeing support (CIPD) and stress and anxiety continuing to rise, we can no longer wait until things go wrong to provide support.
When individuals are recognised, supported and celebrated they are empowered to take ownership of their own wellbeing and resilience, which in turn raises productivity, morale and loyalty.
Investing in wellbeing at work has at least a 4:1 ROI (Deloitte) as a result of lowered sickness absence, turnover and work-related stress, saving you £££!
Whilst there is increasing awareness of the importance of employee resilience and wellbeing, until now there has been a gap in terms of how to measure it. WRAW, which stands for workplace resilience and wellbeing, is a psychometric tool that has been developed to provide these insights.
WRAW helps to increase employees’ self-awareness of their current levels of resilience and gives organisations rich data that can be used to support their workforce more effectively and engender a culture of healthy high performance.
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So what is WRAW?
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How it Works
The online questionnaire takes around 15 minutes to complete. As well as generating personalised reports for individuals, Wraw provides data on the resilience and impact on wellbeing for leaders, teams and the whole organisation.
The leader and organisation reports offer insights into leadership behaviours that influence employee resilience and highlight specific pressure points, such as excessive working hours, employees feeling undervalued or lack of line manager support.
Using these analytics, organisations can target investment in wellbeing interventions, such as training, e-learning and coaching, based on their specific needs.
WRAW provides a holistic view, covering thinking style and the emotional and physical elements that impact wellbeing. The 5 Pillars of Resilience is a robust model used by hundreds of leading organisations across the UK and globally.
Emily founded The Joy Dept. after experiencing a lack of support at work in relation to her wellbeing and mental ill health. Her mission; To support employers to be more inclusive and empower and enable their employees to better look after themselves.
She has dedicated much of her life to helping people and researching what drives, motivates and blocks people from becoming their best selves.
As an accredited wellbeing coach with the NHS Personalised Care Institute and the Association for Coaching, a licensed WRAW Practitioner, mental health advocate and with a background in HR (CIPD), Information Advice and Guidance, Mentoring, Operations and Recruitment, Emily offers a comprehensive workplace wellbeing consultancy to identify areas for development across the organisation and provide a bespoke wellbeing package for holistic employment.
Get in Touch
To empower and enable your teams to thrive, send us a message using the below form and we can arrange your discovery call.
To view a sample WRAW report please click here.
''With all it's sham, drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be cheerful. Strive to be happy.''
Max Ehrmann - Desiderata