Your Wellbeing Matters

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Why Does Wellbeing Matter?

Studies have found when people have higher levels of wellbeing they are:


more likely to feel engaged


more likely to be more productive


more likely to satisfied in their jobs


less likely to burn out

What Does This Survey Measure?

In its simplest form, researchers suggest that wellbeing is your ability to feel good and function effectively (your levels of thriving) as you navigate the inevitable highs and lows of work (your levels of struggle), which enable you to learn and grow. This survey makes it easy foryou to see how your levels of thriving and struggle are currently shaping your wellbeing and performance.

But what can you do about your wellbeing results? Professor Martin Seligman suggests that the easiest way to care for your wellbeing is by understanding that it comprises:


Boost resilience by lowering stress, and mindfully navigating emotions, even when people feel overwhelmed.



Improve confidence and creativity by developing people's neurological strengths, even if they don't love their job yet.



Fuel psychological safety by creating better connections, even if unintended rudeness has seeped into your culture.



Make work meaningful without making it obsessive, even if people are at risk of burning themselves out.



Build grit by practicing growth mindsets and self-compassion, even when the pressure to deliver feels paralysing.



Maximize people's energy throughout the day by eating, moving, and recovering wisely, even when they are busy.


So, this survey measures how you are doing in each of the PERMAH wellbeing elements, and offers more than 200 small, evidence-based approaches you can action to improve your wellbeing.

Finally, to make it easy to track your progress and the impact your efforts are having, the survey measures your confidence and motivation to shape your wellbeing. After all, your wellbeing levels will naturally ebb and flow based on the choices you’re making and what’s happening around you, so rather than aiming for a perfect wellbeing score, we recommend that you set the goal of improving your confidence and motivation to care for your wellbeing.

To discover how you, your team, or your whole workplace is doing, just click “Get Started.”

What Will This Survey Give Me?

You’ll immediately receive:

  • Your current levels of wellbeing & what your results mean
  • The wellbeing goals & details for the wellbeing activities you chose
  • Tips & tools to make it easier & more joyful to care for your wellbeing

You can take the survey as often as you want to see how you are improving. You’ll also be able to access free bonus wellbeing tools – including podcasts and cheat sheets from the world’s leading wellbeing researchers – and talk to our wellbeing coaches if you need more support.

How Does This Survey Work?

At the click of an online button, you can safely and confidentially:


All in five minutes or less. Just click “Get Started.”

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Who Created The Survey

The PERMAH Wellbeing Survey was originally created by Dr. Peggy Kern from the University of Melbourne’s Centre for Positive Psychology and Dr. Michelle McQuaid, both of whom have had the privilege of working with many of the world’s leading wellbeing researchers including Professors Martin Seligman, Carol Dweck, Richard Ryan, Amy Edmondson, Angela Duckworth, Kim Cameron, and David Cooperrider, among others. Since its launch, the Survey continues to benefit from the many strengths of our registered psychologist and licensed Tiny Habits® Coach, Danielle Jacobs, and the technical wizardry and client focus of Michelle Millichip and Martin Suchta.

Who Created The Survey


Dr. Peggy Kern is an Associate Professor at the University of Melbourne’s Centre for Positive Psychology within the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. Her research examines the question of who flourishes in life (physically, mentally, and socially), why, and what enhances or hinders healthy life trajectories. Her studies include wellbeing measurement, big data approaches to psychological study, and long data approaches for testing sophisticated theories of psychosocial processes underlying health and wellbeing over time. She has published over 40 peer-reviewed articles and chapters and has worked directly with many of the leaders in positive psychology, including Martin Seligman, Angela Duckworth, George Vaillant, Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ryan Niemic, and Felicia Huppert, among others.

Who Created The Survey


Dr. Michelle McQuaid is a best-selling author, workplace wellbeing teacher, and playful change activator. An honorary fellow at the University of Melbourne’s Graduate School of Education, in addition to hosting the highly acclaimed weekly podcast, “Making Positive Psychology Work,” which features leading researchers and practitioners from around the world, Michelle blogs for Psychology Today, The Huffington Post, and Thrive, and her work has been featured in Forbes, The Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, Boss Magazine, The Age, and more.

Who Created The Survey


Danielle Jacobs is a registered psychologist and wellbeing specialist, speaker, trainer, and coach. Danielle uses evidence-based organizational scholarship and positive psychology practices within businesses across Australia to help their people flourish, improve their mental and physical health, and achieve peak performance at the individual, team, and organizational levels. She also leads the Australasian delivery of the world-renowned and high-impact Potentialife leadership development program (the brain-child of Dr. Tal Ben Shahar), is a Certified and Licensed Tiny Habits® Coach, and an affiliate member of APS College of Organisational Psychologists.

Who Created The Survey


Michelle Millichip is a technology illuminator and implementor. She takes big ideas and makes them real by translating visions into technology and leading a team of experts to bring them to life. She guides and supports authors, teachers, coaches, and entrepreneurs to share their knowledge, products, and services with the world through strategically-focused, custom-built, and fully-supported websites, tools, and business systems.

Who Created The Survey


Martin Suchta is an entrepreneur with a background in information technology, innovation, and intellectual property, locally and globally. A lifelong and curious learner, Martin has a deep passion for applying innovation and technology to make positive psychology more accessible and impactful.

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