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Introducing the Universal Wellbeing Evaluation Tool

New research-based Universal Wellbeing Evaluation Tool(UWET) transforms work and study place wellbeing.

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20 May, 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

20 May, 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM

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Introducing the Universal Wellbeing Evaluation Tool

EMAIL: for a link to join our online session about the transformative Universal Wellbeing Evaluation Tool (UWET). This Tool emerged in 2023 from a 15 year wellbeing research programme which was partially supported by two national Best Practice Research Awards. The UWET can accurately identify the status of the 70 Universal Wellbeing influencing variables (under social, physical, intellectual, cultural/ethnic, emotional, and spiritual dimensions) and identify areas of strength, harm and risk. Confidential UWET Reports analysed by accredited Facilitators along with supports empower individuals to transform. Anonymised UWET Data Summaries empower organisations to employ evidence-based decision making, measure, track trends and quickly provide supports and/or interventions that optimise Universal Wellbeing in individuals and across organisations. Hear about the many applications of this transformative Tool.



Susan F. Stevenson


DipTchg, HDipTchg, AdDipTchg, CTT, BritScrtDip, DipRec&Sp, AISTD (Ball. London), AISTD (Lat. London), MNZFATD (Lat.NZ), BEd, PGDip Arts (Education), GradDipCD&AL(Hons), PG StratL, and M.Ed (University of Otago), CUWF. CUWC. CUWC & CUWL Accreditations

Susan has been successfully engaged in advanced teacher education, health and wellbeing education, facilitation, coaching, leadership, and research activities for over 30 years in New Zealand.  A programme of wellbeing research Susan initiated in 2006 to improve wellbeing, engagement, achievement, productivity, and equity outcomes has become a dominant research, teaching, leadership, and consulting work foci. She now frequently travels and presents at conferences internationally on this research. Currently Susan holds two research-based Institute Directorship, researcher, and Consultant roles and is dedicated to preventing poor wellbeing and supporting the wellbeing of individuals, families, teams, organisations, and communities. Her areas of specialist expertise include poor wellbeing prevention, learning, wellbeing, cultural transformations, wellbeing research, and cross organisational change, development, and transformation.