Three questionnaires from about 60 staff were collated
immediately following the programme
four weeks after the programme was completed
four months after the programme.
The median score for all respondents was 3.2 on a 5 point scale at the start of the programme. After four weeks they again reported their personal level on the 5 point scale and the median score was 3.5. At four months you might expect this score to drop off, but in fact participants reported a score of 3.8 which means they were even more comfortable with the new skills and attitudes they learnt in the TUF: Thriving Under Fire programme.
Improvement in these areas leads to decrease in stress leave, down time and staff dissatisfaction and increased efficiency, higher morale and better staff relationships.