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