Wraw is a psychometric measure of resilience and its impact on wellbeing for working people. It stands for ‘Workplace resilience and wellbeing’, describing a subject that is of increasing importance in the workplace.

Our work environment is constantly evolving and leading organisations are looking at the proactive steps they can take to rise above the pressures and demands they face day-to-day in order to develop and maintain a competitive edge.

Together with expert coaching from our 'master practitioners' the Wraw assessment and reports help organisations to support a two-pronged approach to building sustainable healthy high performance in their business:

 

Analysis by Deloitte indicates that investments made in improving mental wellbeing in the workplace show a consistently positive return, with an average ROI of 5.2:1

Our work environment is constantly evolving and leading organisations are looking at the proactive steps they can take to rise above the pressures and demands they face day-to-day in order to develop and maintain a competitive edge.
The Wraw assessment and reports help organisations to support a two-pronged approach to building sustainable healthy high performance in their business:

Key benefits of Wraw

  • 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

A validated and evidence based model

Wraw is based on the 5 Pillars of Resilience, a robust model used by hundreds of leading organisations across the UK and globally. It is a highly effective framework that supports individuals, teams and leaders to strengthen and develop their personal resilience, covering thinking style, as well as physical and emotional elements. The model provides a holistic and comprehensive approach that has achieved substantial positive results for employees and their performance.

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