All the terminology you need to know to enjoy your well-being journey with Quan
A person who is responsible for leading a conversation about team well-being with a specific team. This person’s title might vary depending on job titles at your company: Manager, Director, Line Manager, Lead, Head of, etc.
A sequence of determined steps taken by individuals and teams each quarter with the purpose of improving team well-being.
An action taken to improve individual, team, or organizational well-being. Read here why it is important to map internal well-being interventions.
A set of well-being interventions (articles, exercises, workshops) to improve well-being. There are two paths: your individual Path and your team’s Path. You are provided with the well-being interventions that are relevant for your individual well-being results. Same for your team - based on the team results.
Team well-being retro
A conversation between team members about team well-being. Your team well-being retro takes place after the team results are ready. More about it here.
Individual well-being results
A set of individual insights based on completed well-being assessment (General and Focus Area), organized according to the Quan well-being framework. Individual well-being results are only available to individuals themselves.
Team well-being results
A set of aggregated anonymized insights based on the well-being assessment results of each team member, organized according to the Quan well-being framework. Team well-being results are available as soon as at least 6 people complete the well-being assessment and is available to all team members.
Organizational well-being results
A set of aggregated anonymized insights based on the well-being assessment results of each team, organized according to the Quan well-being framework. Organizational well-being results are available to organizations once at least three teams complete Quan’s well-being assessment.