Wellness Resources

One of the most important roles for any leader is to build trust and psychological safety, and to foster an environment where team members feel safe and confident to share their thoughts and feelings without fear of judgment or reprisal.
Burnout isn’t good for anyone. In fact, researchers have cited that “burnout represents an erosion of the human soul that spreads over time, putting people into a downward spiral from which it’s hard to recover”. Preventing team burnout is a leadership responsibility.
Burnout isn’t good for anyone, least of all a leader. Even for the most driven and committed leaders, energy and enthusiasm levels have a shelf-life and nobody wants their energy to expire.
Whether you strive for work-life balance, integration, or separation, the primary focus for any leader is to find time away and focus on yourself, your mental health and well-being.


Cultivating a positive, resilient, and thriving team culture is essential for optimising performance. This involves creating resilient teams that are able to adapt and thrive in the face of challenges and change. One way to do this is by using mindfulness practices to help team members achieve peak performance.

Looking after the wellbeing of team members is also critical for optimising performance. This involves managing stress levels, providing support and resources to help team members manage their workload and responsibilities, and enabling work-life integration.