STRESSMAP DASHBOARD

STRESSMAP DASHBOARD is a digital tool that enables the management to benchmark their attitude in relation to corporate wellbeing vs. employees and departments perception of the same! The game is the “agent” for the employees reporting of actions determining change that can optimize employee satisfaction, individual performance and a situation with as little stress as possible throughout the organization.

From mapping to playing to feedback!

The employees play Stressmap and submit their action proposals physically in a group on the game mat. Through the DashboardEmployees will be able to insert their game-mat choices.

The Dashboard is connected to a central Stressmap database and the choices will be matched with management ideas of the same action parameters These (anonymous) choices of actions will appear through the dashboard and converted to areas where stress can be reduced and corporate wellbeing can be enhanced.

Gap analysis and action plan! Through the Stressmap technology and methodology, the management will be able to see the “gaps” in relation to their own attitudes towards stress and corporate welfare on group, team and individual level. Hence, they can evaluate necessary actions vs. employees input from the game.

Benefits and value drivers

The dashboard will map where the action cards are placed. The benefits from using the Dashboard is answering: Does something have to be changed on the personal level for the individual employee? Do you, your closest colleagues and your boss have to act on the team level? Maybe it is the managers in general that should act or maybe there is a need for profound changes in the entire organization? The game team Provide suggestions on how action cards can be placed in the matrix vs organisational levels. Are we talking “Here and now” actions? Are we talking “Lasting actions”, or are we talking about actions that simply should be considered actions where we need to create a better robustness on different levels in the organization? The idea is to identify relevant potential actions that could / should be implemented in your own organisation to help improve corporate wellbeing and reduce the level of stress.