Your Mood Journey
Your Mood Journey
MoJo enables individuals to map their mood journey and ensure they stay in their individual zone of optimum function (IZOF), through the provision of real time data that measures and predicts both mental health and our ability to perform. MoJo is backed up by 50 years of research in psychology and medicine and used by CHX’s founding Director of Science for over 25 years in a number of high-performance settings. CHX have created a programme and tool enabling organisations to move from metaphorically assessing “how their people are doing”, to using hard data to diagnose and predict risks and opportunities in relation to their peoples’ engagement, health and performance. Supported by the Scientist of Yourself modules, which provide every employee the tools to selfmanage and optimise their impact on those around them, data from our tool are used at three different levels in an organisation:
Individuals: Mood provides real-time data relating to biological status and resources and enables individuals to self-manage, protecting against poor mental health and moving towards optimised mental function.
Teams: Expertise in identifying the feelings of others emerges from expertise in recognising your own feelings. A new, higher level of team engagement is enabled through developing a new language and open dialogue around how to best to use moods in a highperformance team culture.
Organisations: Future trends in and risks to performance and mental health can be identified, enabling the provision of timely and appropriate developmental or support interventions in advance of issues developing.
Stage 1: Using MoJo to better understand your moods.This will help individuals use mood data to:
Stage 2: Using MoJo to better understand your emotions. This will help individuals use mood data to:
Stage 3: Using MoJo to be a better leader. This stage will help individual leaders use mood data to:
Stage 4: Using MoJo to lead a better team. This stage will help teams use mood data in:
Stage 5: Using MoJo to build a better organisation. Mood data will help organisations answer critical questions to better understand their workforce: