From the Blog:

A guide to measure well-being and engagement? It’s totally possible.

This week, the Limeade Institute released the Limeade Results Model — a step-by-step guide designed to help companies understand the best ways to measure and demonstrate the impact of well-being and engagement programs.

The Limeade Results Model will help elevate the importance of employee well-being for leadership teams by tying well-being and engagement program metrics directly to business goals.

What is the Limeade Results Model?

We know it’s challenging to measure the impact of well-being programs. Leadership teams look for a return on their investment. What’s more, we’re starting to see employee engagement, well-being, social recognition and benefit aggregation programs merge, so an evidence-driven approach to measuring results is more important than ever.

The Limeade Results Model identifies the results companies should expect from a program that is tied specifically to their business goals. By following this guide, you’ll be able to demonstrate the real value of well-being and engagement in your workforce.

Here’s a detailed illustration of how this comes to life:

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Want to learn more? Check out the Limeade Results Model e-book to dive deeper into the research — or watch the two-minute video below.

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