LEON Check-ins help team managers collect meaningful insight and honest feedback to help you proactively turn issues into actions and actions into solutions. With short, weekly, automated check-in surveys, we help identify areas that are in need of support and those that can be challenged.

What metrics are we tracking

LEON helps you measure well-being and performance through what we call the LEON Performance Index. These three fields are what we’ve identified, based on years of research that have the highest impact on employee well-being and performance.


The Performance Index and its methodology have been validated and endorsed by renowned thought leaders such as McKinsey, University of Pennsylvania, Stanford University, and more.


These key indexes are presented below:

Health Field

The Health Field is made up of two tracks: Burnout and Happiness. A healthy team will be more ready to take on additional work, display a more positive attitude with peers and customers, and is more receptive to feedback. The LEON Health Field is an indicator of an organization's ability to positively adapt to mental and physical stress.

Burnout Track

Burnout is a measure of how "spent" your team is. It has to do with their perceived level of stress; the more burnout they feel, the lower their ability to recover from additional stressors.

Happiness Track

Happiness is a measure of your team's attitude and mental state. There is an inverse relationship between it and mental health issues that may arise when not treated with care. It's also the level of individual psychological safety and support within the workplace.

Resilience Field

The Resilience Field is made up of two tracks: Grit and Adaptability. A resilient team will handle changes better, maintain strength under pressure, and has more willpower to succeed when they are confronted with obstacles. The LEON Resilience Field is an indicator of a level of passion within an organization, and its ability to anticipate, prepare and overcome change.

Grit Track

Grit is a positive, non-cognitive trait based on an individual's perseverance of effort combined with the passion for a particular long-term goal or end state (a powerful motivation to achieve an objective). This perseverance of effort promotes the overcoming of obstacles or challenges that lie on the path to accomplishment and serves as a driving force in achievement realization.

Adaptability Track

Adaptability measures the ability of an organization to quickly anticipate, prepare and adapt to change, with minimal cost to growth, operations, and the health of its people. In an ever-changing business landscape, adaptable teams thrive where others struggle.

Culture Field

The culture field is made up of two tracks: D&I and Alignment. Organizations with great cultures experience less churn, more innovation, and the satisfaction of knowing they're doing right by their people. The LEON Culture Field is an indicator of cultural trust, diversity, and commitment to the mission and values of an organization.

D&I Track

D&I (Diversity and Inclusion) are part of having an overall equitable workplace which is required for great company cultures. Diversity is the presence of differences within a given setting. Equity is the process of ensuring that processes and programs are impartial, fair, and provide equal possible outcomes for every individual. Inclusion is the practice of ensuring that people feel a sense of belonging in the workplace.

Alignment Track

Alignment requires trust, communication, and relationships between managers and peers. Alignment with your organization’s vision, mission, and values ensures that everyone is working harmoniously towards your shared goals; something every strong culture should strive for.

Anonymity is serious business at LEON.

Individual answers for Check-ins are never displayed; only aggregated results are presented in Reports to give managers a sense of what’s going on in their team. Your information is protected by strict rules and protocols, designed to protect your identity at all costs.

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