Relational Health Audit (RHA)

Identify organisational capital through the quality of relationships

This questionnaire explores how people view their relationship using the 5 key domains of the Relational Proximity model (see The Relational Lens published by Cambridge University Press 2016). The 5 domains have 15 sub-domains and 30 dimensionbs allowing both a braod picture and a detailed analysis when required. It allows both sides of the relationship to share perceptions using the ‘paired process’ whereby both can be invited to complete it. This is fundamental to understanding and developing better relationships.

This questionnaire is not available free of charge.

Please contact Team Focus to discuss how you might access or use it teamfocus@teamfocus.co.uk or call 01628 637338.

This questionnaire is not available free of charge.

Please contact Team Focus to discuss how you might access or use it teamfocus@teamfocus.co.uk or call 01628 637338.

Test Details and Sample Reports

Any situation where it is important to understand the tangible aspects of relationships in a non-threatening way. The RHA has been successfully used in culture change, team building and as part of personal development programmes.

In a world where products and services can be easily replicated, it’s relationships that offer organisations true competitive advantage.

Developed in conjunction with the Relationships Foundation, the Relational Health Audit (RHA) offers a way of analysing relationships and developing the conditions for them to thrive in any type of organisation. Based on the model of Relational Proximity, which describes the preconditions for effective relationships, the RHA evaluates 5 core dimensions:

  • Directness – the degree of unmediated encounter;
  • Commonality – shared goals and purpose;
  • Continuity – history of working together and managing change;
  • Parity – the fair distribution of responsibility, risk and reward;
  • Multiplexity – appreciation of capabilities, challenges and organisational context.

The RHA can only be used by licensed practitioners.  If you would like to get involved please contact us for more details.

Use to :

understand and develop key organisational relationships or to design new relationships

Use for :

developing and designing one-to-one, team and organisational relationships

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Duration :

Untimed, typical completion time RHA - 10 to 15 minutes RHS – 15 to 20 minutes

Number of items :

20

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Costs :


Training required

Delivery online

Paper delivery


Sample Reports