In the Age of Social Distancing, we are bringing wellbeing closer to you.
ELEMENT X™ captures a range of determinants of wellbeing through an integrated framework consisting of 9 elements and 36 sub-drivers, providing an extremely comprehensive and contemporary view of wellbeing. Ranging from the typical elements of wellbeing such as health, stress, burnout, challenge, access to green spaces etc. as well as those that have become increasingly important in our current lifestyles and working practices such as digital balance, working remotely, work life balance, feeling valued, recognition and many others.
Assess Personal and Workplace Wellbeing
Powerful Validation Results
Immersive and Engaging Experience
Element X™ offers a visually appealing and dynamic user experience which is actually engaging to complete, typically in less than 10 minutes.
Importance and Satisfaction
Detailed profiling for individuals, teams and organisations
Individual and consolidated results for teams and organisations to easily identify areas where they are doing well and where more focus from a wellbeing perspective is required.
Track Wellbeing Over Time
Measures wellbeing at a point in time as well over a period of time.
Recommended frequency to be completed every 3-4 months.
Assess The Impact of Wellbeing Programs or Help With Where to Get Started
Available in Many Languages
Element X™ Assessment
Element X™ offers an immersive survey experience with interactive sliding scales and dynamic imagery.
Element X™ Individual Report
This is a baseline report that established wellbeing at a point in time for individuals. This report shows satisfaction with all the elements and sub-elements included in the Element X™ framework, along with their relative importance. This report also summarises the emotions or moods experienced most significantly by individuals at this point of time.
Element X™ Group Report
This is a group level baseline report that combines results for everyone from a certain group such as a team, Business Unit or the organisation. Group Baseline reports help recognise organisational priorities for wellbeing by identifying elements that need more focus or development as well as those that need to be sustained because the employees feel relatively more satisfied with them.