Resilience Mapping

Resilience Mapping can meet certain coaching objectives, such as Managing a team under pressure.

For what?

It gives access to:

  • levels of well-being and motivation
  • action drivers, in the management of emotions, risk-taking, tolerance to uncertainty.  

Those data, are measured individually and compiled in a Group Cartography, assessing the team state. From those data the Team is supported to co-design their new strategies and actions to reach their goals.


Resilience mapping is useful when the individual or members of a team show discomfort, a decrease in performance, commitment.

It makes it possible to probe the state of individuals or the team and from this reality, to co-construct strategies for improving and revitalizing the team.


The Resilience Mapping is an individual document, including the skills measured, according to the WHO model -see below-. These results are presented and linked to the person’s situation and coaching objectives, during the 1-hour individual debriefing session.

Group Resilience Mapping is a graphical representation of the state of the group, relative to a representative average population. It thus makes it possible to reflect on the team’s own characteristics. For example, by observing the distribution of limbs, in the face of different parameters, such as the management of emotions. Or by correlating several data, such as risk appetite and uncertainty tolerance, or such as relationships and psychological well-being.


Resilience Mapping, happens individually online via questions and serious games. Two different types of situations that stimulate the brain and measure data – thoughts and actions. The test lasts 20 to 30 minutes.

Scientific foundations

We have, as human beings, basic needs.

Our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors are signals of what is happening between these needs and our reality.

OpenMind Neurotechnologies has developed Resilience Mapping, based on the latest neuro-scientific foundations and 5 years of research and development.