One of the most unique features of Navigating Adversity™ benefits both the individual trainee and potentially the entire organization or department.  The more personal we can make the training experience, the more everyone gets out of it.  That’s why we provide individual Wellness Scorecards at the onset of the course and a month after its end.


Not only does the Wellness Scorecard provide each individual with solid and confidential feedback on how they have applied the skills learned in the course to achieve positive results in their lives but also serves as a tool on areas to be focused on for continual, positive growth.  Post training, individuals can spend more time building wellness capital in specific dimensions at their own pace, drawing on the expertise from the Subject Matter Expert.  Fully a third of course graduates return on their own to either retrain or dig deeper into their own targeted wellness area.


The overall results of training over 9,000 Public Safety Professionals demonstrate the positive impact of Navigating Adversity™ on the lives of trainees.

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Based on over 9,300 Navigating Adversity trainees

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We hear the same cries to defund public safety that you do and recognize that you are facing serious budgetary restrictions. Unfortunately, we also understand that oftentimes the first line item in the budget to go is training. What we can now say without equivocation is that


Hurt People Hurt People

Well People Help People


We know you want your workforce healthy, happy, fit, and engaged in the community in positive ways. To get there, we need to be able to somehow quantify the impact of investing in the whole person – and their loved ones, too!


The Organizational Wellness Scorecard for departments and organizations

As is the case with the individual wellness scorecard, the data collected in the pre-and post-training questionnaires is calculated with an eye on improvement and opportunity for future progress. If an organization has at least 30% engagement in the training, an anonymized organizational wellness scorecard is provided to the administration. These results reveal to administrators exactly which of the eight wellness pillars that the majority of their workforce needs additional assistance with. Our goal is to ensure that departmental resources are applied in the areas with the highest likelihood of positive impact. The wellness scorecard reveals exactly what kind of resources are needed to influence a healthy culture while decreasing risk.