An MWQ Survey measures the level of meaningfulness which the employees experience in and with their work
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The Meaningfulness Survey (MWQ) measure the level of meaningfulness that employees experience at work through the four drivers of Purpose, Leadership, Belonging and Personal Growth.
World’s first tool to digitally measure meaningfulness
An organizational survey. The Meaningfulness Survey (MWQ) is an organizational survey that asks employees 24 questions about meaningfulness at work centered around the four drivers of Purpose, Leadership, Belonging and Personal Growth. Reports can be delivered in an online dashboard and on any level of organization.
Meaningful means of measurement. It does not make sense to measure only fulfillment of work-related needs no more than it makes sense to only focus the degree of engagement related to work and the context in which the work is carried out. A MWQ Survey measures the level of meaningfulness which the employees experience in and with their work; meaning, the level to which work contributes existentially to the life led by the employee. The MWQ Survey also provides benchmarks across sectors and geographies.
Provides a hands-on tool to steer your organization. The MWQ survey provides you with a concrete tool to quantify how employees experience meaningfulness at work. It is a simple and proven performance indicator that enables you to track the organizational culture and gain insight into how to strengthen and develop your organization and business.
Realizing Human Potential. Research shows that experiencing meaningfulness at work is what drives employees to be more engaged, productive, innovative, stay longer with the organization, and experience less stress. Our MWQ Survey brings together academic and professional backgrounds from philosophy, psychology and economics forming our key component to fulfill our purpose at Voluntās; to fundamentally change how human potential is led and realized.
Work is meaningful when…
… it has a purpose
… you receive clear guidance from strong leadership
… there is a strong sense of community and you feel like belonging
… you feel a strong sense of personal growth
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