Workplace resilience and wellbeing, Wraw

Whilst there is increasing recognition of the importance of employee resilience and how it impacts wellbeing, until now there has been a gap in terms of how to measure it.  Wraw, stands for Workplace resilience and wellbeing, it 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.

How does it work?

The questionnaire is administered to individuals online and only 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 is based on the 5 Pillars of Resilience, which 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.

Why use skillslocal?

Tracy started delivering health and wellbeing as part of the We Invest in People standard. She is passionate about the benefits health and wellbeing bring to individuals and businesses. Since then she has developed the services she can offer in this increasingly important area:

• We invest in wellbeing – certified practitioner
• Wraw certified practitioner
• An FAA qualified trained trainer in mental health first aid to level 3
• CACHE certificate in counselling skills

Tracy will ensure your all your businesses health and wellbeing needs are met.

Our initial consultation is always free of charge and we will work with you to help select the best of course of action. Once you have decided what you need we will develop a full project specification to ensure this meets your needs.

We care greatly about our clients’ satisfaction and take quality seriously, we are keen to receive any feedback, after all it’s by listening to our customers that allows us all to grow and develop. Following any intervention, you will be invited to participate in a short customer survey.

As a registered and quality assured Wraw Certified Practitioner, skillslocal can deliver the full range of Wraw psychometric questionnaires to support you, your people and your organisation to embed good health and wellbeing practices.

The 5 pillars of resilience

Energy – Sustaining and renewing physical energy to have the capacity to keep going through challenging times.

Future Focus – Having a clear sense of purpose and direction to help to move forward without getting stuck or feeling held back.

Inner Drive – Sustaining self-belief when times get tough, displaying confidence, motivation and perseverance.

Flexible Thinking – Having an open and optimistic mindset, enabling a positive and adaptive response to change and challenges.

Strong Relationships – Building open and trusting relationships and being willing to call on these for help and support if facing a challenge.

What do you get?

The Wraw methodology can be applied to individuals, teams, and whole institutions. Reports containing summative and comparative data across a range of key indicators are available (download samples below), including:

Snapshot report – A snapshot of an individual’s personal resilience with strategies to enhance each of the pillars

Individual report – a comprehensive view of personal resilience and its impact on wellbeing  Drill down into the 5 pillars and identify strategies to enhance personal resilience

Team report – see how resilient your team currently is and which areas could be enhanced

Leader report – Gain insights into how a leader is currently perceived to support resilience and wellbeing by those they line manage and how this can be improved

Leaders’ summary – Learn how a group of leaders in your organisation are perceived to support resilience and wellbeing both collectively and individually

Organisation report – provides you with rich insights into how resilient your employees are currently feeling, how your leaders are perceived to support wellbeing and where specific pressure points are in your organisation

Report key indicators

Wraw Index – the extent to which the individual is demonstrating resilience, in relation to the comparison group

Impact Index – the extent to which the individual is feeling the effect of current pressures, challenges or adversities

Summative Scores – a sum of the individual’s responses across all 5 pillars, including the ‘resilience gap’

Pillars Overview – a snapshot of the individual’s scores across all 5 pillars, in relation to the comparison group

Pillars In Depth – a review of each pillar score in detail, including strategies to strengthen and enhance each pillar

Action Plan – a development plan template to support next steps

Resources – sign-posting to further resources and support

Sample reports for download

What do individuals get?

The Wraw individual reports will help you to:

  • Build greater awareness of the early markers that your resilience and wellbeing may be about to dip
  • Take proactive steps to minimise the risk of your physical or mental wellbeing declining
  • Identify personal strategies which will enable resilience and wellbeing every day
  • Harness the opportunity to develop your own performance in a healthy way

What do organisations get?

The team, leader and organisation reports help you to:

  • Gain a robust measure of employee wellbeing and resilience
  • Be proactive and help minimise the risk of employee wellbeing declining
  • Help employees identify personal strategies to habitually enable resilience and wellbeing
  • Understand individual results and how they compare to the UK general population
  • Identify key pressure points or drainers in the workplace
  • Target investments in wellbeing initiatives more effectively to gain maximum return
  • Nurture and promote a culture of wellbeing and healthy high performance
Contact us now

If you would like to book an initial conversation to find out how we can support you with your own Health and Wellbeing we would love to hear from you.

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