Wellbeing Health Check
I know your software development team’s wellbeing is essential to your company’s success.
I understand your team’s needs because I’ve been there too, and I can have the difficult conversations if that’s what it takes to support them.
What sets my Software Development Team Wellbeing Health Check apart is the fact that it was designed and deis delivered by me, a software development professional with over 23 years of experience. I’m also a Mindset Coach for software developers, as well as a Personal Trainer.
I know the ins and outs of your industry, and I’m passionate about using my expertise to support your team’s wellbeing.
Find out more about our software development team wellbeing health check
Here’s how it works
Step 1 – Wellbeing Survey
The first step of your Team Wellbeing Health Check involves a simple wellbeing survey. Both the team manager and team members will complete the survey to gain a better understanding of their strengths and areas for improvement across various personal and professional areas.
Mental Health, Physical Health, At Home, Work-life Balance,
At Work, Workload, Autonomy and Decision-Making,
Recognition and Feedback, Learning, Career Growth
This step alone empowers individuals to take ownership of their own wellbeing and make positive changes.
After the wellbeing survey, we move on to individual interviews.
I will have a 20-30 minute discussion with each team member, including the manager.
We’ll dive deeper into the wellbeing survey results and discuss any personal or professional factors that may be impacting their wellbeing. We’ll also discuss any ideas for improvements that could better support the team.
Step 2 – Individual Interviews
Step 3 – Results and Analysis
Individual team members receive their own wellbeing survey results, which I keep confidential.
Meanwhile, I compile an anonymous, aggregated report for the manager that shows where the team, as a whole, stands across the personal and professional areas covered.
I’ll also extract common trends, themes, and suggestions from the individual interviews to give the manager a clear understanding of their team’s needs and concerns.
This step is essential for identifying potential problem areas and opportunities for improvement.
Finally, I’ll meet with the team manager to discuss ways to improve your team’s wellbeing and support them to create a healthier, happier workplace.
With my help, you can track your team’s wellbeing over time, see the impact of the changes you make and create a supportive environment that encourages your team members to thrive both personally and professionally.