Perhaps you’re curious about your emotional, mental and physical wellbeing? Maybe you’re seeking answers that can help your move forward in life with more passion and purpose? Maybe you want to learn the secrets to living life to the fullest?
Whatever your personal motivations, the Work on Wellbeing will provide you with useful, science-backed insights on your own wellbeing.
From a free introductory assessment to a paid comprehensive version, we offer two pathways for individuals.
By taking our free assessment you will receive an informative summary of how you score in four aspects of wellbeing; your global wellbeing, life satisfaction, workplace wellbeing and component wellbeing.
The comprehensive report provides an in-depth, multi-dimensional exploration of your wellbeing. Mapping everything from your health and lifestyle to how your wellbeing is influenced from external factors like family and finances.
You can also track your wellbeing over time and follow recommended activities designed to help you truly thrive.
The Work on Wellbeing assessment has been developed by global leaders in wellbeing, organisational and positive psychology including Dr Aaron Jarden, Dr Todd Kashdan, Dr Jo Mitchell, Dr Alex Mackenzie, and Dr Dan Weijers, amongst others.
This level of expertise and scientific rigour has created the most robust, scientifically validated assessment tool allowing you to receive trusted insights and actions that are proven to support wellbeing!
Choose from two assessment packages available for individuals.
Discover your global wellbeing
Find out how satisfied you are with life
Learn how satisfied you are at work
Uncover your health score
Get a holistic view of your current wellbeing
Set wellbeing goals
Track your wellbeing over time
Receive personalised empowering activities
“We have been using WOW with our clients for a few years now and love the insights it provides on a variety of aspects of happiness and wellbeing. It is a fabulous individual and team tool based on quality science.”
Director of the Mind Room, Dr Jo Mitchell
We have compiled a series of frequently asked questions for individuals seeking more passion and purpose, and want to learn valuable, actionable wellbeing strategies using the Work on Wellbeing assessment.
If you have a question that is not covered below, visit our FAQ.
If your results place you in approximately the bottom 5% of our complete user sample, we place a low wellbeing warning on your report. This warning is presented on the ‘summary overview page’ – page 3. The warning is produced if the WoW factor score is between 0-58, and the happiness score is either a 0 (“Extremely unhappy”), 1 (“Very unhappy”) or 2 (“Pretty unhappy”). In addition, if an individual receives a Low Wellbeing Warning, an email is automatically and immediately sent to both the individual and their Consultant.
Yes! WoW suggests 33 empirically validated approaches to increasing wellbeing via ‘My Activities’ for you to proactively manage wellbeing. Three are included in the comprehensive report. The other 30 are available here!
In addition, at the end of the comprehensive reports (i.e., not the free introductory report) there is a section called “Ways to Wellbeing” where we suggest creditable websites, apps and books that are based on scientific findings.
When you complete your second (and subsequent) assessment, these results are dynamically integrated with the results of your first assessment.
For example, your report for your second assessment will display your wellbeing results at time 1, and the new results at time 2 (and 3, 4, 5 and so on). It is then easy to see how various aspects of your wellbeing have changed over time.
You can view an example report here. In addition, your user dashboard displays graphs and summary text from your last assessment.
If you are an Individual or Employee user, an assessment is 50 questions and takes around 10 minutes on average to complete. Your Organisation/Consultant can also add a limited number of extra questions so your assessment might be slightly longer.
WoW also has a special algorithm that can determine if users are completing the assessment too quickly and not comprehending the questions (in which case we deem the data invalid, and they are asked to begin again).
Yes, with one condition. If you are an individual user, you may be employed, and if so, we only ask that you do not share your individual results with your Organisation or in any other commercial setting (like with a coach or health professional).
If you are an Employee or Consultee (your organisation specifically asked you to register, or a consultant working for your organisation asked you to register), you are more than welcome to share your results with your Organisation.
Yes, as an Individual, Employee or Consultee user, the introductory report is free. For deeper insights, we recommend the comprehensive report.WoW charges Organisations for organisational wellbeing reports and also charges others for other commercial use – such as Consultants who monitor the wellbeing of various people. We make assessments and reports free for Individual and Employee / Consultee users and hope they are useful in improving their wellbeing.
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