The Work Life Index is designed to measure 43 work life success factors: 6 mental clarity factors, 12 emotional bias factors, 23 soft skills and 2 stress factors.
The Scorecard allows a comprehensive conversation about work life’s external values (World View) as well as an individual’s internal work values (Self View) in great detail – covering both mental and emotional abilities.
In the World View, the profile results measure how well a person relates to others (managers, peers, customers); to social, economic and professional norms; and to systems and authority figures.
The Self View reflects how well a person understands his or her own strengths and weaknesses on the job; his or her level of self-esteem and self-confidence; how well he or she identifies with and enjoys work life roles; and how clear and optimistic he or she is about future goals.
This assessment is designed to highlight strengths, as well as “blind spots” or emotional conditioning barriers, that may be preventing a person from achieving professional success and personal happiness. It shows how people have been conditioned over time. This information is often a critical stepping stone for each individual to know. It helps to choose and implement meaningful goals, utilizing to the greatest extent the individual’s potential.
The profile also reflects how much stress a person is feeling, how well he or she copes with it, what kind of decisions he or she makes, and whether he or she may be accident-prone.