Wellbeing in the Workplace



Hello, My name is Jane Douglas. and for the last two decades, I have been privileged to spend my time and energy working in values-led, purpose-driven organisations. 


Working in the field of leadership and culture change I have been lucky to work with some truly inspirational people who have created inspiring places not just to work in but also to thrive and grow in. 

These organisations lead through their values and are deeply connected to their purpose… to make a difference in the world, and one thing I have learned is that those who work to make a difference in the lives of others often overlook their own wellbeing.


It is precisely because they love their work that they often find themselves overworked and overwhelmed. 

And, right now, the pandemic, lockdown and the prospect of returning to work are all raising concerns and uncertainty for people, What employees valued before Covid has now changed dramatically. Many now value their time more, their families more and importantly, they are valuing themselves and their health more.


Re-entry into the world of work is going to take time and care. Leaders and managers cannot assume that we will return to normal quickly, or even at all. There needs to be a period of acknowledgement, attention and reassurance. ​

In this time of uncertainty and adjustment, innovative, relevant and diverse solutions to wellbeing are more important than ever.

The R.E.S.T. Practice is an innovative and creative way of developing mindfulness and self-awareness, providing a  creative route for your people to access lasting inner peace and a greater sense of wellbeing.

Using specific coaching style questions alongside creative techniques to build self-awareness, people can gain clarity on what is going on for them, where they have been and what they need going forward in this post-covid world.


At the core of this practice is the idea that in order to find lasting inner peace and wellbeing you need a practice that can quieten the busyness of everyday life and ‘get you back to you.’

I would welcome the chance to explore the ways this new approach to wellbeing could have a part to play in your organisation, whether in the form of short workplace workshops, or even trialling the packages as stand-alone learning opportunities. (The package comes with access to a series of ‘how to’ videos and an inspiring on-line community, see inside the lid for access.) 


If you would like to have a chat about how this might be part of the wellbeing agenda and make a difference to your people, click the link below .