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Psychometric Testing of Resilience

The RQI™ Psychometric Test 

Resilience is not a trait that you either do or do not have.

It involves behaviours, thoughts and actions that can be developed in anyone.

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The RQi™ Psychometric Test

We believe the RQi™ Psychometric Test to be the best measure of human resilience available anywhere.

This comprehensive test measures resilience across the Six Elements of Resilience™: Purpose & Fulfilment, Positive Mindset, Managing Emotions, Managing Problems, Supportive Relationships and Managing Physiology. 

 

Research shows that when respondents are ranked according to their scores on key RQi™ sub-scales, people in the top quartile (i.e. most resilient) vs. bottom quartile have:

  • 110% Higher Subjective Wellbeing

  • 58% Lower Stress Scores

  • 42% Fewer Sick Days

  • 13% Higher Work Performance

So, organisations who invest in developing the RQi™ of their people can:

  • Reduce the Risk of Stress-Related Illness

  • Reduce Absenteeism

  • Boost Employee Wellbeing

  • Improve Performance

*The data quoted above is an analysis is based on a representative sample of working adults in the UK (n = 507) who completed the RQi between Oct-Dec 2015 and compares top quartile v. bottom quartile ranked on 8 RQi sub-scales: Meaning and Purpose, Perseverance, Engagement, Learning and Growth, Optimism, Self-Confidence, Personal Control and Self-Compassion

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American Psychological Association

Action Plans to Boost Resilience

RQi Reports and Resilience Training allow you to benchmark resilience in your organisation, take actions based upon the report outputs and then quantify the impact on organisational Resilience over time.

Practical benefits of the RQi Psychometric Test are that it: 

  • Provides personalised feedback on Six Elements of Resilience to raise self-awareness and prompt change

  • Offers tailored advice on how to build even greater resilience via online guides and video clips

  • Is supported by one-to-one coaching to promote adoption of new habits and long-term behavioural change