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...to build the culture of your healthy, happy team


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Fun Facts about Comfort Consulting

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PILOT Research On Wellness Benefits

Right now, across the D.C. area, five dozen stressed-out nonprofit employees are putting various physical and mental and team health tools to the test. It's a pilot project, led by Nonprofit Comfort Consulting, studying burnout prevention, change readiness and team health. See more at www.nonprofitwellness.org

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Well-being @work (It can't all be "self-care")

Your organizational "sweet spot" is where support for physical, mental, and team health converge. Great news! You can impact all three. Here are 10 free things your office can do right away and a consulting menu to dive a little deeper. We've also crowd-sourced these resources for your journey. It's not all about self-care, y'all, it's about team-care.


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Burnout: A Global Phenomenon

Susan was the only American trainer invited to present a workshop at Megaphone2018, a TechSoup Europe conference in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, for Eastern European activists. The topic? Self-Care in Community, mixing individual and team burnout prevention strategies from Susan's consulting toolbox. At left, a podcast interview with Jakub Górnicki (coming soon).

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Consulting & Coaching

Whether it's diversifying fundraising, demystifying team building or preventing burnout, Susan's consulting is grounded in three decades of experience. Human Resource & Fundraising staff are her favorite folks to advise. 

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Take Five: Brain Breaks

This interactive workshop shows how taking a 5-minute personal recess increases your resilience, productivity, and joy. Great for a brown bag lunch or staff retreat. 

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Links for well-being

Burnout prevention survey respondents (Dec 2017) sent in great self-care resources. Check out motivational and practical tools for physical activity, mental health and team building. 

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"The cure for anything is salt water...tears, sweat or the sea."

— Isak Dinesen [Karen Blixen]