Pro Leagues Insights
Kansas City Chiefs Case Study
The iconic NFL club empowers employees with a “culture enhancing tool” to make them feel safe and heard.
RealResponse users can share information via their preferred tool of communication. Texting from one’s own phone anonymously and continuing that two-way conversation serves as a channel for positive change.
A WhatsApp integration with RealResponse made perfect sense, as it is the most popular and widely used mobile messenger app in the world, for global communities to communicate quickly and anonymously.
Ensuring all people are heard through their preferred means of communication helps reduce communication barriers and build trust, making email another key channel for many to have two-way, anonymous discussions.
By the Numbers
Of professional and elite athletes suffer from disordered eating, burnout, depression, and/or anxiety (American College of Sports Medicine).
NFL players suspended for violating the league’s gambling policy in 2023.
of professional soccer players have anxiety or depression over a 12 month period (Amsterdam University Medical Centers).
Creating an efficient, confidential, and anonymous way to proactively identify and address issues and opportunities will make us better.Kirsten Krug, Executive Vice President of Administration, Kansas City Chiefs
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