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The Global Leadership Wellbeing Survey (GLWS) Survey (formerly known as MEWS) is a new measure of well being designed exclusively for senior people in the workplace.
Within each section, there are five or six well being domains which capture the essence of executives’ physical, social, emotional, intellectual and spiritual well being (see The GLWS Framework). The questions have been developed to target what matters most to executives and
represent a comprehensive assessment of their well being at the time of completion.
There are 126 questions in the GLWS and the whole survey takes 15-20 minutes to complete in a simple and easy online administration.
Upon completion, a Personal Wellbeing Report is generated by the respondent’s GLWS coach and then reviewed with the respondent in a confidential, one to one debrief.
During the debrief, respondents are guided on identifying their personal wellbeing priorities and how to take action on these. There is a strong emphasis on self-responsibility in the wellbeing debrief and coaching session, underpinned by support and encouragement from the coach. Following the GLWS debrief, the respondents coach will guide them through relevant resources, tools and tips (tailored to the wellbeing domains and questions) in pursuit of positive change in the respondents wellbeing.
“I first met Phil when he was engaged to facilitate a team-building activity, and was subsequently lucky enough to be offered the opportunity to complete the MEWS [GLWS] survey with him.
Phil has the rare ability to call your attention to the elements of your life that are out of balance – and your own part in that imbalance – without judgement or blame.”
Clare Anderson, Executive Manager Operations Ballarat and Fire Services Emergency Services Telecommunications Authority