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Pre-assesment Quiz

Introduction Module.
Individuals experience well-being when they have the psychological, social and physical resources needed to meet a particular psychological, social and/or physical challenge.

Module 1

PERMA model (P-Positive Emotion, E-Engagement, R-Relationships, M-Meaning, A-Accomplishment) has been found effective in enhancing the well-being and productivity of individuals and organisations.

Module 2

I know the necessary steps of planning a sound well-being programme: define goals for the well-being policy, clarify responsibilities of responsible parties, assessment, awareness raising, implementation and evaluation.

Module 3

The management team plays an important role in creating the appropriate culture that values workplace well-being and the successful implementation of well-being programmes within an organisation.

Module 4

Work-life balance is a broad concept evoking a prioritizing between "work" (career or ambition) on one hand and "life" (pleasure, leisure, family or spiritual development) on the other. There is no such thing as a "perfect" balance that will work for every person and at every stage of life.

Module 5

Work-related stress can come from many different sources, including work contents and context. Organisations have to assess stress risks in the workplace and analyse the stressors to be able to take adequate actions to its prevention and reduction.

Module 6

Mentoring is a process where a person in a position of power cares for the development of a junior by providing advice to show their effort, value and development. There four stages of a mentoring relationship include: Initiation, Cultivation, Separation, Redefinition.

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