Your Focus Area is chosen based on your lowest scoring areas of well-being.
At Quan we measure well-being across three contexts: in general, at work, and in your personal life.
After completing the first part of the Smart Well-being Assessment, you will be asked to choose one of your three lowest scoring areas of well-being . These are called Focus Areas, and are the ones that require the most attention in terms of your well-being.
You will then be asked a series of follow-up questions specifically tailored to your chosen focus area. This is the second part of the Smart Well-being Assessment.
Once you receive your well-being insights, you will be presented with the “why “ behind your chosen focus area. For example, what may be causing your uncertainty at work? These are called well-being Derailers.
As well as receiving science-backed next step recommendations based on your lowest scoring subdimensions, you will also receive insights and recommendations based on your chosen focus area.