The world of work has always had high-performers and low-performers, people who have what they need to thrive in work, to be happy, energised, motivated, and yet calm – and those who don’t know what they need, or don't have what is needed.
The pandemic and fallout, with increases in remote and hybrid working, have only exacerbated this performance gap between the 'well-being haves' and the 'well-being have-nots'. Burnout is on the rise – along with chronic stress, exhaustion, unhappiness and frustration in work, and disengagement.
For an individual, these things stop you performing at your very best.
For a team, even having one 'low' person can change the dynamic among the team.
In an organization, the well-being performance gap due to inequality in workforce well-being states (the frequency of low versus high days) impacts the bottom line through individual day to day performance and health, driving revenues, absences, turnover, and business risks.
All these impacts on both affected staff, members and leaders of teams, and financial bottom line are painful, costly, and avoidable.
Why we exist
We exist to help people measure, monitor, and utilise data on well-being - in a way which is safe, efficient and truly effective for them - to supercharge team performance.
How Levell helps
We help people measure their experienced well-being in work. Our measurement system is backed with Levell's well-being OS, an emotionally intelligent system of support – combining dashboards, anonymous feedback, alerts, content, coaching, and events that enable individuals to work together with their teams and leadership – to supercharge their performance.
We’ve combined scientific thinking, business research and a passionate vision of a world where work is designed, everyday, for well-being to provide people, teams and companies with a way to achieve both performance and health with much less hassle, time and cost.