The unique aspect of the 8 Dimensions of Wellness Program is

The Wellness Self-Assessment Tool (SAT).

At the end of every dimension session in the Foundation course, a basic self-assessment is available, as a pres-cursor to identify one's state of Wellness on that particular dimension. An in-depth, detailed, and highly effective self-assessment is available in the advanced course, which enables one identify one's Wellness status on a particular dimension. After continuous weekly assessments, a positive trend will be visible, if the tool is attempted and practiced honestly and diligently.

Employees who do these online courses can use the Wellness Self-Assessment Tool for doing their periodic assessments online. The SAT tool ensures anonymity & confidentially, yet provides you with analytical views and graphs to monitor the wellness quotient trends across the various dimensions.




Benefits of the SAT Tool



1. WELLNESS DATAPOINTS

Individual self-assessment data is gathered that generates an individual wellness scorecards.

The BASIC version captures data across the 8 Dimensions with 40 datapoints. The ADVANCED version gathers the same across 120 datapoints. This data is subsequently mapped and generates individual's wellness quotient.

There is also a provision to finetune the measuring parametres as per the individual and group needs.

2. ANALYTICS & REPORTING

Individual scores enable you arrive at consolidated scorecards at the group, team, or organisation level. One can analyse trends for every dimension. In turn, these will not only allow you to identify the strength / grey areas for a particular dimension/s, but also the levels of group, team or organisational wellness. These will help develop action plans to overcome the grey areas. The option of generating dynamic reports across groups, teams, or organisational level is also available. One can also generate reports based on various parameters like gender, age groups, and departments, etc.

3. ANALYTICS DRIVEN L&D INTERVENTIONS

Based on the analysis and dynamic reporting mechanism in the previous step, it becomes easier for organisations to monitor and track the state of wellness at both micro and macro levels. This enables them to proactively address critical wellness issues and plan their learning and development (L&D) interventions. Improved wellness scores indicate a happier and more positive workforce leading to increased productivity. These should impact customer satisfaction levels and the bottom-line of organisations in a positive manner.