crunching the numbers
Don’t take our word for it. Take our numbers
As a fully science-based platform, we don’t just think the LEO program works. We’ve hypothesized, tested, and collected conclusive data showing that these evidence-based methods work, not just in one group but in every group that has completed the workshop. Participants will start to benefit within an hour, and we can teach champions within your organization to help sustain and build the practices after the program ends.
Participant survey results before and after the LEO workshop (data represents nearly 300 participants). Percentage reporting at least half their days affected by the following concerns: Depression, Sleep Issues, Energy Issues, Eating Issues and Anxiety.
Agility: from buzzword to bottom line
The benefits of becoming a nimble, adaptable organization have been well established, but it takes agile individuals to build an agile team. This is where LEO can help. More agile employees can handle greater accountability and dynamism. This extinguishes the fires of poor engagement, depression, anxiety, stress, poor sleep and low productivity, allowing leaders to focus more on the joyful aspects of their roles: vision, creativity, entrepreneurship, and mentorship. It also has a direct financial impact in terms of employee costs and productivity.
Measuring our impact
To calculate the ROI of the LEO program, we used our cumulative survey results showing a 42% drop in depression and 40% improvement in sleep among LEO workshop participants. We then factored in published estimates of their impact on workplace productivity, with yearly organizational costs per person of $5,000-$6,000 for depression and $2,000 for sleep. This gives LEO workshops an ROI of $3,000–$3,500 per person per year based on just these two parameters. The ROI calculation does not include the almost certain loss of productivity to workplace “drama”— defined in Cy Wakeman’s research as “gossiping, tattling, withholding buy-in, resisting change and stepping down from accountability”— estimated to reach 2 hours per person per day. As it quenches Lower brain activation, the LEO program reduces life drama, well, dramatically.