Resilience Questionnaire™

Used around the globe to help employees thrive

Used in 93 countries
Taken by 10,000+ people annually
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Why does
resilience matter?

Resilient employees create resilient organisations. It’s been scientifically proven that highly resilient employees are more productive and engaged at work, and also 2x less likely to leave their current jobs thanks to an increased ability to manage day to day stressors. The Resilience Questionnaire™ measures resilience at work, and helps employees thrive.

PHILOSOPHY

We need resilient employees & companies

Resilience is a massively overlooked game changer. Simply defined, resilience is a capacity that can be developed- enabling employees to positively adapt to change, and handle day to day stressors as well as major crises with ease. It’s a critical ingredient to building high performance organisations.

Powerful evidence based model

The RQ enables quantitative measurement of the 8 core areas determining resilience. It offers insights and strategies on how to improve each one. Explore the core areas below.

Self belief

The extent to which an individual has confidence in their ability to address problems and obstacles that they encounter

Optimism

The extent to which an individual believes that they will experience good outcomes in life, and the way in which they explain setbacks that they experience.

Adaptability

The extent to which an individual is willing to adapt their behaviour and approach in response to changing circumstances.

Ingenuity

The extent to which an individual can generate a range of creative solutions to problems that they experience.

Purposeful direction

The extent to which an individual has clear goals that they are committed to achieving.

Challenge orientation

The extent to which an individual enjoys experiences which challenge them, and perceives stretching situations as opportunities to learn and develop.

Emotional regulation

The extent to which an individual is able to remain calm and in control of their emotions in stressful situations.

Support seeking

The extent to which an individual is willing to ask others for help and support when dealing with difficult situations.

Self belief

The extent to which an individual has confidence in their ability to address problems and obstacles that they encounter

Optimism

The extent to which an individual believes that they will experience good outcomes in life, and the way in which they explain setbacks that they experience.

Adaptability

The extent to which an individual is willing to adapt their behaviour and approach in response to changing circumstances.

Ingenuity

The extent to which an individual can generate a range of creative solutions to problems that they experience.

Purposeful direction

The extent to which an individual has clear goals that they are committed to achieving.

Challenge orientation

The extent to which an individual enjoys experiences which challenge them, and perceives stretching situations as opportunities to learn and develop.

Emotional regulation

The extent to which an individual is able to remain calm and in control of their emotions in stressful situations.

Support seeking

The extent to which an individual is willing to ask others for help and support when dealing with difficult situations.

Developing resilience in leaders and teams

Leaders play a critical role in influencing the resilience of their employees. By providing positive support, motivation and guidance, leaders can help employees to adapt positively to challenging circumstances and develop coping strategies to overcome obstacles.

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