To calm levels of stress
To get new impulses
(learn & grow)
To become a better team player
for their group
Helps teams to communicate better
Helps teams to be more focused
Helps teams to self-lead
for the entire company
Supports remote operations
Prevents crisis and burnout
Promotes cultural change
Less: Exhausted, overwhelmed, fragile, stuck, limited or being too busy.
More: Energized, calm, focused, resilient, adaptable, mentally awake and present.
Before MUA: Employees felt stressed by feedback forms sent by their employers and would not participate. After MUA: Teams are engaging with their tools daily, learning about themselves and gaining insights into their performance and about the happiness in their workplace.
Of employees feel incredibly burned out according to a survey by "The Hartford."
Of employees say they don't see a clear career path at the company they are at.
Best case before MUA: Employers were guesstimating the happiness of their employees: After MUA: Employers are on top of ongoing developments and can act before a crisis occurs.
of CEOs accept that the labor shortage will disrupt their business in the next 12 months.
of CEOs know that attracting, recruiting and retaining talent are among their organization's biggest challenges.
Before MUA: Most efforts to improve mental health by companies were nothing more than a band-aid solution. With MUA: Companies sustainably change their culture around mental health and happiness.
Of working people desire a more open culture around mental health.
Of working people wish for real policy change on the work side of mental health.
MUA: Me, Us, All
I love the concept and mission behind MUA and think that smart companies will soon recognize this type of self-reflection for their employees as invaluable for their professional fulfillment (which = productivity).
I was surprised to see how simple the idea and execution was – almost too simple to be useful, I thought. I quickly realized how powerful the practice of self-inventory, of time/resource spending and self-reflection of thought was.
When using MUA in leadership programs, I found that the more diligent MUA users reported an increased alertness and empathy, they felt more resilient in stressful situations, and they were more aware of their "joy" moments.