Our partner in organization wellbeing
Enterprise insights for whole-human wellbeing
Helping organizations understand the degree to which their workers are flourishing so they can better support their employees over time.
Flourishing Metrics, LLC which is inclusive of the Human Flourishing Program from Harvard University connects globally recognized researchers Tyler J. VanderWeele, Ph.D., Matt Wilson, PhD, and Todd W. Hall, PhD who are on a mission to over time help empower executives to manage change and navigate company growth amid the pandemic and into the 2021 post-pandemic period. This team is gathering data on corporate employee wellness and well-being under the Global Employee Flourishing Research Initiative.
Companies are struggling with the employee and cultural challenges of remote working, social unknowns, and best practices in general. There is no roadmap, toolset, or how-to guide for what will be the new normal.
Pre-Covid studies demonstrated the value of employee engagement and well-being. With the dramatic shifts in company culture and disconnected work teams, the risk to companies has never been greater.
Getting deeper insights on risks, warning markers and insights on employee wellbeing will greatly benefit a company focused on staying relevant and productive.
Flourishing Metrics' Vision
To have a positive impact on people's lives, globally, by providing tools to help them assess and improve their overall level of human flourishing.
To help organizations assess and track employee flourishing so they can make data-informed decisions to better support their employees over time.
To help society help all people flourish.
Healthier, happier teams
Flerish has partnered with Flourishing Metrics to capture your organization's flourishing status in order to deliver ...
...Rewards and motivation when it’s needed, professional development – all at your team’s fingertips.
...Deep HR-expertise embedded in the best practices and global insights that are shared from our platform.
... Team leader tools that provide clarity on how to develop your people and optimize each day.
... Adaptable content shared individually and customized for your work teams and culture.
We have the global exclusivity for assessment application in any organization.
The Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University, we have the global exclusivity for our assessment application on any mobile device.
From Harvard to your wellbeing team.
Tyler J. VanderWeele, PhD
Dr. VanderWeele is the John L. Loeb and Frances Lehman Loeb Professor of Epidemiology in the Departments of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and Director of the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University. He holds degrees from the University of Oxford, University of Pennsylvania, and Harvard University in mathematics, philosophy, theology, finance, and biostatistics. His research spans psychiatric and social epidemiology; the science of happiness and flourishing; and the study of religion and health. He has published over three hundred papers in peer-reviewed journals, and is author of the books Explanation in Causal Inference (2015), Modern Epidemiology (2021), and Measuring Well-Being (2021).
Matt F. Wilson, PhD
Dr. Wilson is an Assistant Professor of philosophy at John Brown University. He is the former Associate Director of Harvard's Human Flourishing program and he currently serves as the program's Strategic Partnerships Coordinator. Dr. Wilson writes and lectures on topics in virtue ethics, character, and business ethics. He is especially interested in the virtue of taking ownership and is currently working on a monograph of that title. Dr. Wilson previously held positions in finance, marketing, and product management with Fortune 500 companies such as Volvo AB and Danaher Inc. He has an M.B.A. from Indiana University and his PhD from Baylor University.
Todd W. Hall, PhD
Dr. Hall is a professor of psychology at Biola University, faculty affiliate in the Harvard Human Flourishing Program, founding partner at Flourishing Metrics, and founding partner at Pruvio, Inc. Dr. Hall’s current research focuses on emerging adult spirituality, the measurement of spirituality and well-being, attachment-based leadership, and employee motivation. He has co-developed numerous commercial assessments, including The Motivation Code and the Flourishing Assessment.