By completing MEWS and reviewing the results as a team, you will identify the common themes affecting the team’s wellbeing positively and negatively, and discuss and decide on appropriate actions to address any priorities. You can also identify areas of difference in the team’s experience – what may be enhancing wellbeing for one individual may be simultaneously detracting from wellbeing for another. How the team leader’s behaviour is impacting team wellbeing is also explored constructively.
- Is your leadership team experiencing high workloads, ongoing pressure to deliver and a constant sense of ‘there never being enough hours in the day’?
- Are there challenging interpersonal dynamics within your team or with key stakeholders that are creating stress and strain for the team?
- Does the team feel on the ‘outer’ in the organisation, sidelined and possibly under-valued, or under-utilised in the present context?
- Is the pace of organisational change affecting your team’s motivation and ability to perform?
- Are there high levels of ill-health, sick days, stress leave in the team, or does everyone just look like they need a long holiday?
If any of these conditions apply to your leadership team at present, then a MEWS Team program is recommended.
Achieving a deeper understanding about what impacts the wellbeing of team members, and taking action to support this, will result in higher motivation, morale, and performance.
The process is simple:
An email is sent to the respondent
with a link to the MEWS online
When the MEWS has been completed (taking about 15-20 minutes) a Personal Wellbeing Report is generated