Adult Well-Being Survey
This brief survey is for nonprofit leaders and social innovators in the Greater Pittsburgh Region and The Forbes Funds’ ecosystem and it uses the Cantril Scale. There will be questions about your present and future well-being, including your personal health, and optional questions regarding your demographics (#8-12) and location (#14). Your answers are confidential and will be used in the Annual Pittsburgh Leaders’ Well-Being Index.
For the first three questions please imagine a ladder with steps numbered from zero at the bottom to ten at the top. The top of the ladder represents the best possible life for you and the bottom of the ladder represents the worst possible life for you.
The survey should take about 10 minutes. Your answers are confidential and will be used in our Annual Pittsburgh Leaders Well-Being Index. When it is published, Fred Brown and The Forbes Funds will share results via our ForbesFunds.org website, the email newsletter (subscribe below), and LinkedIn.
Credits: 100 Million Healthier Lives, as well as the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.
For more information about how data will be used, you can find our privacy statement here.
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