"An axiom is a statement that is taken to be true, to serve as a premise or starting point for further reasoning and arguments."
We all share a common goal in our workplace:
It is to flourish, to have the greatest impact possible; performing at our best. But how do we bring our A-game each day, stepping into the challenges of work with ease and clarity?
At Axiom, we focus on: Safety, Wellbeing and Impact, the three critical foundations to ultimate performance and resilience in the workplace.
We are a specialist team with a simple and easy to use process. Axiom enables you to measure the constructs that form the basis of your team’s workplace experience.
What we offer
Axiom offers a different perspective with far deeper insight.
We assess your team’s emotive experience of Safety, Wellbeing and Impact at work; identifying areas to build on, areas to improve and the critical priorities for ultimate performance and resilience.
Axiom Impact Score (AIS)
We measure your team's "felt experience" through our simple audit that enables us to quantify each team member's feelings of Safety, Wellbeing and Impact in the workplace with our Axiom Impact Score (AIS) and analysis report.
Performance & Resilience
Axiom Performance & Resilience Offering
Using the insights from Axiom Impact Score (AIS), how we can help your team with the best chance of success with our bespoke performance and resilience offerings: workshops, training and impact coaching programmes.
What drives us to think and act?
How we feel drives how we think and act. It is a natural human behaviour to seek safety in any environment. Until we feel safe we do not venture beyond the boundary of what we know and can control.
Progress and ultimate performance only happen when we push past our known boundaries, thinking and acting at our best.
Are you seeing clearly?
Whether you are dealing with known team and performance challenges or you want to proactively set your team up for success, it is time to go to the next level.
Traditional, emotionless data from existing staff surveys has long been insufficient to understand the true need.