Uniquely Measuring Human Vitality
How Humans Work has the industry leading tool to measure personal and organizational health and well-being. The VitalityGPS measures critical lifestyle behaviors that are the upstream drivers of human health. The VitalityGPS targets and rapidly assesses six essential human needs that are the backbone of personal vitality, engagement, and stress management. Our expertise in making well-being solutions simple, repeatable and stress-free assists frontline leaders, medical providers, coaches and therapists in mitigating stress and optimizing the well-being with their people.
How It Works
The VitalityGPS experience is designed to rapidly and conveniently develop a portrait of your unique lifestyle patterns. Our algorithm will then create a report that maps the vitality across your 6 Human Needs. Your report provides personalized solutions to increase your energy, improve more balance and help you deal with stress more intelligently.
Mobile phone, laptop or desktop computer friendly interface.
Survey Questions measure the holistic factors that impact human health and personal well-being.
By running the VitalityGPS with your teams you can not only help each employee get individualized support, you can also receive data insights to improve your management practices and well-being building efforts.
Learn how stress is impacting your organization.
Use data insights to keep low-risk and medium-risk employees from becoming high-risk.
Augment your existing wellness programs.
Target your wellness resources to meet your employees' needs.
For Coaches/Health Providers
The VitalityGPS is the perfect tool for people working in one-to-one self-improvement relationships. Executive coaches, health providers and therapists who want to get a quick and in-depth baseline of their clients/patients well-being use the VitalityGPS to accelerate the process.
See how where stress is impacting your clients/patients.
Use their VitalityGPS and your own modalities to tailor lifestyle solutions that inspire change.
Test and retest to measure change.