Utilising technology to improve happiness and save lives in the workplace, education, sports and clubs
Understanding mental health isn’t easy. Unlike physical health, it often goes unnoticed – until it’s too late. And with 1 in 6 people now suffering mental health issues, odds on you’ll know some of them without even realising.
When your organisation has an effective way of spotting the issues early on, you can prioritise the conversations that matter and make a real difference to the outcomes.
In a world more digitally connected than ever, people are becoming increasingly comfortable with communicating online. So our simple solution gives them a safe online space to open up – enabling you to see who needs a helping hand and offer the right support when they need it.
GoVox Wellbeing is making a real difference in workplaces, schools and sports clubs – improving happiness by at least 10% in 3 months. Could your organisation be more happy?
Users get an online invite to check in on their phone, tablet or computer and answer some short, friendly questions designed to flag up any concerns.
It takes less than a minute to Check In – this simplicity means our users regularly engage with the process.
You can instantly access Check In results on the GoVox Wellbeing Dashboard, showing at a glance who would benefit most from some help.
This personal approach is unique to our platform and enables you to prioritise support, resources and the conversations that matter.
As soon as the user completes their Check In, they’ll get their own Personal Wellbeing Report delivered straight to their inbox.
Tailored to their answers, this gives them proven techniques for proactively making positive wellbeing changes– a little extra help in the areas they need it the most.
GoVox Wellbeing is a proactive solution, regularly engaging with users to keep their mental health and wellbeing at the top of the agenda.
It treats each person as an individual rather than a data point, enabling you to quickly identify and prioritise which members of your organisation need support.
Life is busy, so GoVox Wellbeing takes no more than a couple of minutes of anyone’s day – freeing up time for supportive conversations and space to make positive changes.
And it works. Once you’re able to focus your resources and support in the right places, at the right time, then things change. It’s simply more effective to focus on the right people earlier, before little issues become major problems.
Data is useful, but insights make the difference. Yes, you need to know if 20% of your team are unhappy, but you have to identify who that 20% are before you can start to help them.
GoVox Wellbeing provides the whole picture on a clear and uncluttered Dashboard, enabling you to instantly pinpoint who needs personalised support.
GoVox Wellbeing is built on the science underpinning the 5 pillars of mental health and wellbeing: body, mind, connections, emotions and fulfilment.
Its success is rooted in lived experience combined with expert input from a range of brilliant partners, including Local Minds and King’s College London, who all share our mission: to save lives by ensuring people get support when they need it.
In a perfect world, the cost of nurturing mental health and wellbeing wouldn’t be an issue, but in reality, all organisations have budget constraints.
GoVox Wellbeing brings you the tangible financial benefits of happier teams – from reduced absence to better retention and increased productivity – without huge costs. You’ll be impressed at just how affordable it is – and how incredibly easy to use. As many of our clients say, “It’s a no brainer.”
And because your time is also hugely valuable, set up and delivery are hassle-free, so you can focus on what you do best.
Do you want to help people enjoy better mental health and wellbeing? Would you like to increase happiness in your organisation by 10% in just 3 months?
Get in touch and start prioritising the conversations that matter today.
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