The Hope Barometer is a specially developed tool to gain insight in hope. It measures on 7 dimensions of hope and gives a good image of the role that hope plays at that moment within the studied group. The extended version of The Hope Barometer is distributed among the target group (e.g. personnel). We have a straightforward instrument available that can be used quickly.
Some contexts require a more extensive measurement of hope. In that case we can adapt The Hope Barometer to the context. We have done this, for example, when measuring hope among young people. The aspect of hope can also be included in existing, broader measurements such as we have done in a measurement of happiness and hope at a medical institution. Would you like to know more about how we work? Contact us.Get in touch The Hope Barometer
If the results of The Hope Barometer are known, it is possible to determine interventions to increase hope. The design of interventions is always tailor-made and focuses on one or more dimensions of hope.
When deploying interventions, we make use of the expertise of other parties, for example in the field of positive psychology and, of course, the knowledge, skills and experience of our own organization. Together we develop an action plan and include a subsequent measurement to provide insight into the effect of the interventions. Curious to learn about examples of interventions we have done?Intervention instruments
Emil Brunner, Theologian
Erich Fromm, Psychologist
Jurgen Moltmann, Theologian
St. Paul, Apostle (Romans 8:24)