One in six workers are experiencing a mental health problem at any one time according to the 2020 Deloitte Monitor report. Of all the working days lost to health issues, almost half are due to stress, depression and anxiety.
Meanwhile, a 2018 CIPD report suggests that investing in your organisation’s health and wellbeing increases morale and engagement among your people, creates a more inclusive culture and lowers absence.
So it’s no wonder resilience and wellbeing is rising up the agenda for successful organisations.
This tool will assess how resilient your people are when faced with workplace stresses. It will reveal blindspots and opportunities for you to improve the mental wellbeing of everyone working at your organisation.
The WRAW index shows strong reliability. If retested under similar conditions, the results are consistent.
The tool also has very high validity. This means it’s precise in reflecting the qualities you have set out to measure. This has held up over years of research findings and business practice around the world
It pays to put people at the centre of your business strategy. On average, every £1 spent on mental wellbeing results in a £5 return on investment. This doubles when proactively developing resilience (Deloitte).
Its potential effect on your bottom line as well as workplace culture makes this a powerful tool in creating a thriving business.
You will become fully certified to administer and interpret the WRAW index. You will learn how to measure and improve the resilience of your people, and how to assess the wellbeing of your organisation at all levels.