BREAKING THE MOULD
Most engagement surveys are based on outdated psychological theories. We prefer fact-based neuroscience that is rooted in the latest scientific evidence.
Our neuroscience-backed platform takes the guesswork out of your people strategy, leaving you with a clear data-led path forward.
HOW WE USE NEUROSCIENCE
All of our survey questions are underpinned by our neuroscience framework - helping you understand how your people think, feel and behave.
Each question is tagged with a theme so you can slice and dice your data to understand what drives employee engagement and happiness in your organisation.
We love neuroscience because it gives us a real insight into what drives us as humans. Neuroscience looks at the structures, reactions and brain patterns of all humans. This means we can provide actionable data into what’s driving your people.
There’s a lot of expertise and science that has gone into our platform, but we’re going to give you a brief rundown of the basic concepts here. So strap in!
Head of Neuroscience
The Happiness Index
Today's emotions are tomorrow's performance. Bottled emotions hold organisations back.
OUR NEUROSCIENCE MODEL
Uniting the head and heart. Our platform looks at the factors which influence both engagement (head) AND happiness (heart).
For too long emotions have been banished from the workplace. But neuroscience shows us that they’re an essential part of being human. And so are key to understanding your people. By looking at the different brain systems we provide a holistic picture of your cultural health.
We focus on eight neuroscience themes, which are linked to the head or the heart - measuring how people think and feel.
Four elements link to the head and - meaning and purpose, personal growth, clarity and enablement. These help you build employee engagement. Four elements link to the heart - safety, freedom, relationships and acknowledgement. These help you understand employee happiness. Together they build a thriving culture.
THE BRAIN SYSTEMS
Our genetically programmed responses to our environment. The oldest part of our brain driving our instincts to survive and thrive at work.
THESE INDUSTRY LEADERS TRUST US
OUR EDITOR (ELLE) RECOMMENDS
Learn more about our brain systems based on neuroscience, including the areas of the brain they map onto and how they affect behaviours and thinking.
Our latest upgrade underpins every question on our platform with neuroscience to help you superpower your employee engagement and happiness. Find out more.