Case Study - OutsideClinic
We worked with OutsideClinic to identify wellbeing/mental health need within their organisations and provide solutions to improve wellbeing:
Benefits of need based modelling for the organisation:
Build preventative approach to mental health
Gap analysis for interventions
Informed procurement decisions
Embed measurement and evaluation
Benefits of improving wellbeing for individuals, increases in:
Motivation and tools to reach individual potential
Contribution to people and place
And decreases in:
Only 15% of the UK report themselves to be thriving, which can be quantified as high wellbeing on clinical scales.
Our work shows a direct correlation between wellbeing and contribution. The higher your wellbeing, the less time you spend managing the signs of emotional distress, which in turn can be re-directed into reaching personal potential and increasing contribution to the people and place around you.
After 4 years of research with King’s College London, evidenced based evaluation with Public Health England and pilots with the NHS, employers and the third sector - we are using our knowledge to analyse trends and patterns, within individuals, to profile need.
In turn, we cluster individuals into need-based groupings to provide a set of principles for creating a common language, shared decision making, collective responsibility, proactive prevention and promotion, partnership working and clear measurement and evaluation.
Needs based clusters:
Thriving - individuals who current need is to maintain mental wellbeing through effective prevention, validation and promotion strategies
Managing - individuals who need advice and signposting
Struggling - Those who need focused goals-based input
Concern - Those who have not benefitted from or are unable to use help, but are of such a risk that they are still in contact with services
We distributed an online, anonymised, 15 minutes survey across the total workplace population, which achieved an an 80% take up.
Top-line Insights - example, actual results have been changed
Breakdown of total surveyed population by need based profile.
All results can be split by demographic; department, age, gender, as long as annyonmity is maintained