Drake Wellbeing

What is Drake Wellbeing?

Drake Wellbeing helps organisations improve the mental wellbeing of workers through the application of scientific and actionable assessment, programs, and tools.

Founded by a team of industry renowned experts in Positive Psychology, our programs have been helping organisations of all sizes globally to improve employee wellbeing, boost resilience, create psychological safety, positively influencing business performance.

“We are committed to helping our people thrive through education, understanding, and influencing positive change in the workplace”

What are the employee benefits?

More likely to feel engaged

More likely to feel engaged

More likely to be productive

More likely to be productive

More likely to be satisfied in their jobs

More likely to be satisfied in their jobs

Less likely to experience unhealthy days

Less likely to experience unhealthy days

Less likely to burn out

Less likely to burn out

Less likely to quit

Less likely to quit

What are the business benefits?

Fewer safety incidents

Fewer safety incidents

Lower absenteeism

Lower absenteeism

Lower turnover

Lower turnover

More likely to be seen as creative and innovative

More likely to be seen as creative and innovative

Higher customer ratings

Higher customer ratings

Higher average shareholder return

Higher average shareholder return

What are the Drake Wellbeing services?

  • Live webinars;
  • Coaching/mentoring for your leadership team;
  • PERMAH wellbeing survey;
  • Wellbeing consultations;
  • Facilitated workshops for all team members.

Drake Wellbeing Programs

Wellbeing

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Bespoke Wellbeing Solutions

Bespoke Wellbeing Solutions

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Measuring wellbeing by PERMAH

Drake Wellbeing uses PERMAH to see how levels of thriving and struggle are shaping wellbeing and performance. The PERMAH survey was created by Dr. Peggy Kern from the University of Melbourne’s center of Positive Psychology and Dr. Michelle McQuaid, co-founder of the Wellbeing Lab.

Professor Martin Seligman suggests that we can care for our wellbeing by understanding its composition; Positive Emotion, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning, Accomplishments, and Health. The PERMAH survey measures how you’re doing in each of these six wellbeing elements, and offers recommendations to get you started on your wellbeing journey.

Ready to discuss your organisation’s wellbeing needs?

Contact Our Wellness Consultant