The Predictive 6 Factor Resilience Scale (PR6) is a holistic, forward-looking psychometric measurement of the crucial life skills that lead to the achievement of wellbeing and personal success.
The PR6 is an advanced yet efficient resilience psychometric measurement. Through a 3-min questionnaire, the PR6 identifies resilience across 6 crucial domains of resilience.
The PR6 also includes a forward-looking Momentum measurement, indicating likely future movement as a predictive factor. This helps to identify the need for further resilience development.
Simplicity improves impact. Reports are short, informative and actionable. Reports are produced both at an individual and team level.
What does the PR6 measure?2>
The PR6 resilience assessment questionnaire is a unique scale in that it measures a combination of mental and physical factors. This produces a unique holistic view of individual resilience.
Our research pioneered the concept of holistic mind-body resilience. This is summarised across the 6 Domains of Resilience that we identified through our first research paper. Here we explored the neuroscience of resilience, setting a foundation of what we use to measure resilience.
Performing the PR6 assessment on an individual measure their relative strengths across each of the 6 domains. Domain scores are produced, along with a overall resilience quotient.
each domain is designed as an aspect that can be learned and improved through directed effort. This means your score is a starting point - a foundation on which to build on.
This is an all-round resilience measurement psychometric that has had participants from 14 years-old and upwards.
Measurement is useful both at personal and professional levels. This makes it a very versatile tool that can help people identify a path forward to build mental strength and grit.
The program is ideal for groups or teams, as team-based reporting identifies group trends and fosters communication to uncover root cause and improve together.
The PR6 is based on the core neurobiological foundations that underpin resilience. These are identified in our original research available online here.
Through this research the PR6 was scientifically validated as a psychometric scale with an alpha of 0.8398, indicating strong internal consistency.
Our focus on neuroscience enables identification of more effective ways to build resilience, leading to comprehensive resilience microlearning training also available through the Driven platform.
Who uses the PR6?
The absolute relevance of resilience to every single individual means that the PR6 is used in a large variety of contexts. Here are some examples of where the PR6 is being used already.
Australian & NZ local and federal government departments
Psychologists, coaches and counsellors
Large enterprise organisations, from line staff to executives
Top athletes and sports teams
Police, fire & rescue
Schools with teachers, students and parents
Universities worldwide for research
Mental health organisations
The PR6 is a born-digital tool, meaning it's designed to be fully accessible in all modes of delivery.
The PR6 is delivered online through our unique microlearning platform called Driven.
The Driven platform is cloud-based and designed to work seamlessly on any device, including PC, laptop, tablet, or mobile devices.
Participants can access Driven at any time on either corporate or personal devices.
Driven is accessible locally and internationally – anywhere with an internet connection and a device to access it on.
Overall, the PR6 is an incredibly useful neuroscience-based resilience assessment that is already being used by top institutions and psychologists worldwide.
So, if you are wondering what is the best psychological assessment to determine resilience, then the PR6 is your answer.
Are you a psychologist, counsellor or coach and want to start using it in your practice? Then click here for the certification course that will teach you all you need to know about the PR6.
Are you a in an organisation and thinking about resilience assessment for your people? Then get in touch with us today and let's chat about resilience in your people.