Here we will walk you through how to read and interpret your team’s well-being results.
The first section of your team’s results shows you what your team’s top 3 well-being strengths are, and what their top 3 well-being risks are, across all three well-being contexts (at work, in personal life, in general).
Your well-being strengths are three behaviours or feelings that are contributing positively to your well-being. In contrast, your well-being risks are three behaviours or feelings that are detrimental to your well-being. We also identify reasons why your team may be scoring low in one area of well-being, and low in another. These are called well-being Derailers.
In the above example: one of your team’s risks is that they are having trouble recovering from work demands. Stress in their personal lives may be a reason for this, and thus negatively impacting the team’s well-being.
The second section of your team’s results presents you with a detailed and dynamic overview of all your team’s results.
This table shows you your team’s results across all three contexts (at work, in personal life, in general), across all five dimensions (body, mind, meaning, self-fulfillment, social connectedness), and across all 45 sub dimensions.
Your team’s well-being results will range from critical (orange) to strong (blue). Contrary to individual results, your team’s detailed overview table provides you with numerical values (between 0-6) to quantify your average team score on each dimension/sub dimension. When no color is present, it means that specific dimension/sub dimension is only measured across the other contexts where a color and number is present.
In the above example: the dimension Body is only measured In General. An individual’s physical well-being does not vary across contexts, such as in work life or in personal life, and so is only measured in the general sense.
The third and final section of your team’s results is your team Well-Being Path. Here you have access to more detailed information and recommendations.
Your Team Well-Being Report shows you:
- How many team members have completed Quan’s Smart Well-being Assessment
- Your team’s well-being index. Read more about how this is calculated here.
- Your team’s top Well-Being Strengths - the well-being areas where your team is at its strongest and that support positive well-being outcomes and performance.
- Your team’s top Well-Being Risks - the well-being areas where your team is most in need of support and attention and that are detracting from its performance.
- Targeted and science-based suggested interventions. These are quick actions, exercises, long-term courses, and other resources that can help enhance your team’s well-being. Specifically, they can help improve your team’s top 3 well-being risks.
Important note: team well-being is a shared responsibility. You will get the chance to discuss both individual (if people want to share) and team results in your team well-being retro. During this conversation you will arrive at one team action point for your team to focus on this quarter to improve team well-being. You can find a step-by-step guide for running this critical conversation in the "Browse all interventions" section of the Path.