Measuring mental health literacy

When Mental Health literacy is understood, steps can be taken to optimise people, process and performance resulting in improved organisation performance.

Why measure mental health literacy?

Mental Health Literacy is a term that describes the level of awareness and responsiveness there is to people who are experiencing mental health problems.  Ultimately, people can’t be their best at work, if they aren’t at their best mentally. 

Obtaining an organisational view of Mental Health Literacy and Positivity is key to creating sustainable change with leadership and culture. 


How it works

Start with the end in mind (How will I use the data? Who will want to know about specific areas etc). Make a commitment to act on the results.

Communicate the Mental Health Index and why it is being done.  This is key to engagement.

Login to your GSI portal and set up your organisation structure and upload your participants or create an anonymous link to complete via QR code or token.

Launch the Mental Health Index.

Individuals can complete their survey from any device.

Once the survey closes, a comprehensive report with context written by mental health professionals will be immediately available to review and act upon.

Present the findings back, develop a wellbeing strategy to address findings.

Repeat your culture survey to monitor the effectiveness of change.

See the overall Mental Health Literacy.

See the aggregated Mental Health Literacy breakdown by Dimension.

See the Mental Health Literacy by Driver

All graphs are easily downloadable in different formats for reporting purposes.

Mental Health Literacy Report can be downloaded immediately upon close.

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