Take a look at some of the tools we can use to understand your people and how to help them realise their potential, as individuals and teams.

The Wellbeing Indicator

There’s a reason 75% of high-performing organisations measure employee and workplace wellbeing – it has a direct effect on an organisation’s bottom line. Better wellbeing means better performance.

Our Wellbeing Indicator is our proprietary online tool that draws on a wealth of psychological research to enable individuals to understand themselves and actively improve their wellbeing.

It focuses on the seven key facets of wellbeing:

  • Meaningful purpose
  • Mindful awareness
  • Optimal performance
  • Positive emotions
  • Quality relationships
  • Regular absorption
  • Sustained vitality

Comprising 169 questions, the indicator takes around 20 minutes to complete and is normally part of our Being a Well Being Program. It provides participants with a clear understanding of the dynamic nature of wellbeing and a personalised report with practical suggestions for improving wellbeing, both at work and at home.

The Safety Quotient Tool

Effective safety management isn’t just about audits, systems and policies. It’s about people. More specifically, the research tells us it’s about personalities and personality traits – six personality traits that directly correlate to employee safety:

  • Resistance
  • Irritability
  • Distractibility
  • Impulsiveness
  • Anxiousness
  • Thrill-seeking

This 20-minute online assessment tool enables us to measure individuals’ personality risk factors and thereby identify high-risk individuals.

From recruitment through to ongoing safety management and safety culture development, companies using the Safety Quotient Tool have reduced workplace incidents by up to 20%. It provides vital, even life-saving awareness within your workforce and the insights we need to develop tailored training, one-on-one coaching and workshops that will promote safety risk management mindsets and leadership across your organisation – a safety culture that’s both effective and sustainable.

The Team Effectiveness Questionnaire (TEQ-R)

Our proprietary TEQ-R diagnostic tool identifies barriers to effectiveness, so we can analyse inefficiencies and dysfunctions, but also supports the development of effectiveness and performance improvement.

The questionnaire unlocks insights across a host of key team-effectiveness dimensions, including:

  • clarity of purpose
  • cohesiveness, collaboration and communication
  • team structure and role dynamics
  • evaluation and problem solving
  • coaching and networking
  • conflict and trust
  • norms and group beliefs
  • team maturity.

The confidential questionnaire, which takes 20-30 minutes to complete, provides a detailed report for each team, which we use to facilitate team conversations and design custom workshops and interventions that deliver tangible improvements in team morale, effectiveness and performance.

Read more about our approach to team effectiveness.

The Engagement Survey

An engaged workforce – employees who are positive, active, energetic and adaptive – translates into optimal performance at individual, team and organisational levels. Understanding how engaged your people are and, by extension, how to elevate and then maintain engagement is therefore vital.

Feeding directly into our workshops and programs, our proprietary online Engagement Survey comprises 20 questions and takes approximately 5 to 10 minutes to complete.

From the survey, we generate a report and engagement score that we can use to inform the design of interventions that will improve a host of attitudinal and behavioural outputs, including:

  • focus and commitment
  • energy and resilience
  • creativity and collaboration.

The survey is one of many tools we use to inform the design and development of our engagement interventions.

The Strategy Toolkit

The Strategy Playbook and The Execution Playbook

This practical two-part toolkit supports our Strategy-2-Execution program and helps leaders and organisations leverage strengths, manage weaknesses and unlock sustainable strategic potential.

Viewing strategy as the aggregate of context (why), content (what) and process (how), we use the toolkit to develop agile and resilient business models and create high-performance organisations by:

  • Employing sense-making and choice-making processes
  • Developing and then implementing a winning strategy
  • Applying creativity and rigour to the relentless pursuit of successful execution.

The Strategy Playbook: The ‘why’ and ‘what’ of strategic choice

This playbook helps clients understand their strategic context and define their strategic options over the course of two workshops.

In the first workshop, we explore the business and environmental context and frame the strategic problem; in the second workshop, we develop strategy content, address the strategic problem and then explore the opportunities and limitations of different strategies.

The Execution Playbook: The ‘how’ of winning

Thomas Edison said, “Vision without execution is hallucination.” Similarly, developing a strategy without a relentless focus on its structured and planned execution will deliver mediocre results, at best. Without effective execution, we can never realise the potential in our strategy.

The Execution Playbook forms an integral part of the third Strategy-2-Execution workshop, with the focus on choosing a strategy and then building a customised playbook for its execution that strengthens organisational ‘know-how’.

Read more about the Strategy-2-Execution program, or contact us to find out more about how you and your organisation can use our strategy workshops and toolkits to develop a robust strategy and realise its potential.