How We Measure Wellbeing
The Adesso profiling tool is used to measure and articulate life preferences in individuals, developed on the basis of extensive research and expertise in the fields of neuro-science, learning and development, wellbeing and coaching methodology. The tool and framework has been validated in collaboration with Dr Richard Burns from the Centre of Research on Ageing, Mental Health and Wellbeing at the Australian National University.
Easy and Functional to Understand
The Adesso profile is easy to navigate and absorb, the insights provide both a narrative and visual impact meaning that the profile can be debriefed at both an individual and group level with easy to understand data sets providing valuable information to help plan a way forward that is both tailored and sustainable.
Validated in partnership with the Australian National University
Dr Richard A Burns and his research team from the Research School of Population Health conducted a comprehensive review of the scientific and wellbeing literature underlying the theoretical model of the Adesso framework and have provided validation of both the Adesso framework and diagnostic tool. Wellbeing is a multi-faceted construct that comprises personal, health, social, organisational, and economic factors. The Adesso framework addresses these factors with the 15 indicators across the five domains of Purpose, Mind, Body, Connection and Financial.
Valuable insight provided to both individuals and organisations
The individual report provides individuals the opportunity to understand the importance of each of the domains and identifies particular areas that may require additional focus and attention.
At an organisational level the collated data and commentary about how people would like to be further supported is invaluable, this information can then inform the development of wellbeing initiatives and strategy.