The PERMAH Wellbeing Survey was designed to measure wellbeing and is based on Professor Martin Seligman's PERMA framework. It recognises that our wellbeing stems from the presence of these 5 elements: Positive Emotions, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning, and Accomplishment. Health was subsequently added as other researchers found that movement, nourishment and sleeping well were imperatives to feeling good and functioning effectively.
Individuals, teams and organisations can take advantage of using an evidence-based tool to measure wellbeing, create positive interventions and develop wellbeing strategies and plans. This 5-minute survey is translated into actional insights, practical tools and a personalised plan to support you in living your best life. We also offer individual, team and organisational debriefs.
Mental toughness is a "personality trait which determines, in large part, how people respond to challenge, stress and pressure, irrespective of their circumstances." Through the MTQ48, mental toughness can be assessed and developed. Having high mental toughness has been linked to improvements in performance, well-being, positive behaviour and aspirations. The mental toughness scale measures the 4 C's: control, commitment, confidence and challenge. Set the benchmark for your organisation or develop your leadership potential through this empirically validated psychometric assessment.