Research shows that when people feel strong and resilient - mentally, emotionally and spiritually - they perform better, with more passion for longer.
At Human Quotient, we take a 'whole-human' approach to living and leading in extraordinary ways.
That our world is changing and shifting is not surprising, it is a key definer of the 21st century economy.
We are often invigorated by the newness of the change around us, but on the other, the speed and scale of change can leave us feeling overwhelmed as we work out how to navigate and juggle complex personal and professional demands.
If we want to effectively and compassionately support human health, wellbeing and happiness at work, we need to recognise that well-being is about so much more. It’s about boosting whole-human performance and happiness, and re-humanising the workplace.
At Human Quotient we take an integrated ‘whole-human’ (HQ) approach to life satisfaction and well-being.
At an individual level, this means focussing on the integration of intellectual (IQ), emotional (EQ), spiritual (MQ) and physical human elements (PQ) - those elements that determine who you are and what matters to you.
At an organisational level, it means putting the Human Quotient (HQ) at the heart of a companies’ people agenda because we know that when organisations put people first, profits tend to follow.
At Human Quotient, we strive to incorporate this model into everything we do, so that people and the organisations they work for, can live and lead in extraordinary ways.
THE HUMAN QUOTIENT (HQ) PHILOSOPHY
THE HUMAN QUOTIENT (HQ) MODEL
HQ = IQ + EQ + MQ + PQ
At Human Quotient, we believe strongly in developing strength and resilience across all these human elements. We'll help you identify which areas you need to improve on so that you can thrive.
The ability to understand, reason, problem solve and continuously learn.
The ability to monitor, understand and act on your own and other's emotions.
The degree to which people experience work and life as meaningful, motivating and satisfying.
The ability to manage physiology in order to create better conditions for your body to thrive.