You will be familiar with headlines like these.

  • Productivity is stalling

  • Employee well-being is suffering

  • 70% of change programs are failing

  • Organisations are struggling with change.

What is being done about it?

  • The Harvard Business Review estimated that company spend on employee engagement was approaching $1.5 billion in 2018

  • There are the “Best Places to Work” lists, countless personality and psychometric profiling tools, pulse surveys, health apps, organisational climate assessments, MBAs, etc.

  • The UK consultancy industry is now worth over £9 billion.

Improving well-being and performance is difficult and expensive.

Organisations need something different. Something simple, reliable and effective in any setting.

What makes the RBX Index so effective?

  • A measure of values and feelings - not thinking and behaviour

  • Values and feelings control thinking and behaviour

  • Focuses on the core tenets of experience: trust, empathy, loyalty, commitment and satisfaction

  • Places responsibility directly on the leadership to respond, meaning insights are acted upon

  • Provides easy correlation to other performance metrics like productivity stats and financial KPIs

Once you can measure it, you can manage it, allowing you to optimize well-being and performance.