Quidnunc Quiz Results


Agile Working Event - 

15 March 2018

Quidnunc conducted a quick ‘straw poll’ quiz at the 2018, London based Agile Working Event as part of its ongoing support and interest in the various people and behavioural factors that are likely to influence the future of work.

As promised, we would like to offer this summary of the findings. However, we must first issue a ‘health warning’ regarding the implied implications of the results

  • The survey respondents were all attendees at a fee paying one-day event (suggesting they have more than a slight interest in agile working in the workplace)
  • 18 questions were posed as a quiz and answering was based on their opinion at that moment in time (see appendix 3)
  • All questions related to their opinion of their leadership’s behaviour, attitude and influence over the practice of agile working in their workplace
  • Participation was voluntary and excluded event organisers and Quidnunc representatives
  • This survey does not purport to be a representative sample of all workplaces in the UK; its intention was to capture opinion ‘on the day’ with a sample of delegates with a declared interest in the factors affecting agile working.

Our findings - read here...


Royal Society of Medicine - 

6 December 2017

Quidnunc was recently invited to present at a one-day meeting jointly organised by RSM Occupational Medicine and Open Sections, “Creating Healthy, Motivating Workplaces”, in London. The aim of the meeting was to discuss some of the known factors which help create and impact those workplace environments that encourage – employee engagement, productivity and health.

The presentations covered various aspects of how the health and wellbeing of employees can be considered, prioritised and affected by leadership mindset and behaviour.

As part of our presentation on - how combining ‘Quotient Balance’ with a ‘Growth Mind-set’ can impact Wellbeing - we took a 'straw poll' of delegates' views, to assess how they rate the various leadership elements and influences on the health and wellbeing of the employees in their organisations.

We listed 20 statements (as shown in appendix 1) covering a range of known factors that contribute to a culture of health and wellbeing at work. Respondents were asked to indicate their ‘perception’ of how the actions and influence of leadership in their organisations ranked against these factors. The frequency scale used was - ‘Always’ to ‘Rarely’ (full listing of responses shown in appendix 2)

Our findings - read here...


Wellbeing at Work - 

1 November 2017

Quidnunc was a major sponsor and presented at the recent ‘Wellbeing at Work Event 2017’ in London, which outlined some of the latest trends around wellbeing, including case studies and personal stories.

This year’s conference was notable for its focus on leadership support and the cultural aspects of wellbeing in the workplace.

As part of our presentation on - how combining ‘Quotient Balance’ with a ‘Growth Mind-set’ can impact Wellbeing - we took a 'straw poll' of delegates' views, to assess how they rate the various leadership elements and influences on wellbeing in their organisations.

We listed 20 statements (as shown in appendix 1) covering a range of known factors that contribute to a culture of wellbeing at work. We then asked respondents to rate their leadership’s actions against these factors using a scale:  from ‘Always’ to ‘Rarely’.

Our findings - read here...