Welcome to the Well-being Questionnaire.
8 Dec 2013 | 16:00:47
Give yourself a few minutes and complete this unique Well-being Questionnaire so you can reflect on how content you are now. The link at the bottom of the page will take you to the short version of the Well-being Questionnaire with 24 questions that will take about five minutes to complete.
The instant report will enable you to consider any changes you may want to make to your mental, physical, emotional or spiritual well-being to enhance your lifestyle and get the outcomes you are looking for. It will highlight areas that may have a negative and/or positive impact on your life balance, stress levels, personal development and well-being in general.
There is no single definition of well-being, although there is a widespread consensus that it is more than the absence of illness.
Often when we think of 'being well' we think of being physically well or just not being unwell; whereas well-being is affected by a broad range of aspects. Research has shown that the most important determinants of well-being are:
Health and well-being means different things to different people, individuals are often able to define what well-being means to them, and at times in our lives we know when we are experiencing a sense of well-being, this knowing is unique to us as individuals.
However, well-being is not a static experience, it comes, it goes, it changes. Just as we change, grow and develop so do our needs and wants which in turn impact on our well-being both positively and negatively.
The report you receive can be used as a starting point for you to take your next steps to being fit, challenged, happy and fulfilled. If you:
Then the Pillars of Well-being programme could be your Next Step. Enrolling on this programme is like having a personal life coach available to you. Guiding you with proven tools, techniques, activities and challenging questions - towards the life you want.
The Well-being Questionnaire is part of the LifeCraft suite of products and services that support individuals and organisations develop and improve through well-being and engagement.