At Potential Project, we are research-led. In collaboration with researchers from Harvard, Columbia and Berkeley, we look for the data that tell the stories and the patterns that unlock insights. Our proprietary studies reveal a future of work that is truly human-centric.
We know it's hard to measure important things like employee engagement and well-being, team effectiveness, and leadership impact. How to know what to invest in these outcomes and what the return on that investment will be?
At Potential Project, we do this work so you don’t have to.
We have developed innovative and industry-leading diagnostic tools to gather unique data sets on a global scale. In partnership with a council of academic partners from leading universities, we help our clients make great decisions by relying on the power of big data and predictive analytics. We also make sure that our solutions and services incorporate the latest and most ground-breaking perspectives on individual and organizational behavior change.
In parallel to our global research, we evaluate and assess the impact of each client program we deliver. So, when you work with Potential Project, you will get real data on program effectiveness to see what has changed for your people and how that translates into concrete business metrics.
The new world of work isn’t based on guesswork. It’s based on visionary data collection and insightful story-telling. Together, they foretell what work is today and what it can be in the future.
The Mind at Work is Potential Project’s bi-annual study of how our minds work while we work. Using our proprietary digital diagnostic tool – Mindgrow – we assess employees’ moods and mental states within the flow of a work week. The study looks at variables such as focus, resilience, stress, sleep and meaning to paint an overall picture of employee well-being and organizational culture.
The Human Leader is Potential Project’s bi-annual study of the critical attributes that constitute a new model of human-centric leadership. Based on data from 5,000 companies across 100 countries, The Human Leader provides ground-breaking insights into how leaders can relearn how to be more human at work.
We have worked with a wide variety of great clients. Here are a few selected organisations that we have helped becoming even greater through mindfull thinking
Here are a few selected organisations that we have helped becoming even greater through mindfull thinking.
We are available in 27 countries around the world. Send us a few words here, and we will make sure your local specialists will get in touch and listen to any questions or concerns you have. Together we will find the right solution for you and your team.
In the Potential Project Laboratory, our team of scientists are continually innovating and developing new measurement tools that get packaged alongside our core programs and offerings. We measure minds at every level, from the inner experiences of a single employee, to the combined mental effectiveness of a team, to the large-scale cultural changes in an organization. Our assessments, program evaluations and digital diagnostics provide a window into the mind. Fueled by data from multiple sources, we take the numbers and tell a story.
Mindgrow is an innovative digital diagnostic tool from Potential Project which reveals the hidden side of the mind at work. It helps us to understand how our daily focus and emotional experiences drive peak productivity and wellness.
The Compassionate Leadership Assessment is a scientifically-validated survey that measures, tracks, and maps a leader’s ability to do hard things in a human way. It shows leaders where they are today, and where they could be tomorrow.
The Mindfulness Assessment enables individuals to measure their mental effectiveness online – with immediate feedback and results.
With detailed analytics and reporting, the Team Mindfulness Assessment provides a view of your entire organization’s effectiveness by team, enabling data-driven decisions and targeted interventions when needed.
A global council of world-leading behavioral scientists and researchers collaborate on projects that advance our collective understanding of the mind at work.