The thrive assessment ladder is used to self-assess life quality and wellbeing.
Find out where you are on the wellbeing continuum.
The thriving in life assessment ladder is used to self-assess life quality and wellbeing.
You can use it to check-in with yourself or when checking in with your workm8tes.
Wellbeing that is at high risk.
These workm8tes have poor ratings of their current life situation (4 and below) AND negative views of the next five years (4 and below).
They are more likely to lack the basics of food and shelter.
More likely to have physical pain, a lot of stress, worry, sadness, and anger.
Less access to health insurance and care, and more than double the disease burden, in comparison to "thriving" workers.
Wellbeing that is moderate or inconsistent.
These workm8tes have moderate views of their present life situation OR moderate OR negative views of their future.
They are either struggling in the present, or expect to struggle in the future. They have more daily stress and worry about money than the "thriving" workers, and more than double the amount of sick days.
They are more likely to smoke, and are less likely to eat healthily.
Wellbeing that is strong, consistent, and progressing.
These workm8tes have positive views of their present life situation (7+) and have positive views of the next five years (8+).
They have significantly fewer health problems, fewer sick days, less worry, stress, sadness, anger, and more happiness, enjoyment, interest, and respect.
Workm8tes in the suffering or struggling groups are at greater risk for physical and mental injury.
Take action to change this by making a stress-free, safe and thriving workplace a priority.
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We have the right tools to help you.
Take a look at our guides for getting to know yourself, your team8tes, and how you can get the best out of your team8tes and create a no stress, safe and productive workplace.
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