I’ve been attending your Tuesday webinars and have been loving them. My team and I are in charge of promoting wellness and self/team-care across our campus and one of our biggest goals is trying to get people to take a break! Tuesday’s #TakeFive was right on point and gave me a lot of ideas to promote with our staff. (Upper Peninsula, MI)
"Great advice/ideas/suggestions/coaching. Appreciate your research and attention to detail." (Chicago, IL)
All of these talks are interactive, and they're always different, because lots of the content comes from folks who participate. Fully online-friendly, these talks are customized with activities for small teams (under 20 in Zoom Meeting mode) or large groups (Zoom Webinar mode).
Call Susan Comfort
From-the-heart "Susan's musings" no more than twice monthly. Actionable. Occasionally funny.
Need more support nurturing physical, mental, and team health at work? Various (free) webinars are now on YouTube. Most of them are 40 minutes or less, with helpful tips/tools to take back to your team.
Right now, we are writing an evaluation of a 60-person Pilot program on physical, mental, and team health at DC nonprofits. The project is led by Comfort Consulting, under the Nonprofit Wellness umbrella, which has a fund at the Greater Washington Community Foundation.
More at www.nonprofitwellness.org
Listen to this podcast interview with host Jakub Górnicki and Susan Comfort. Susan was the only American trainer at Megaphone2018, a TechSoup Europe conference in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, for Eastern European activists. Her topic? Self-Care in Community, mixing individual and team burnout prevention strategies. Featuring lots of LEGO talk.
Now you can "gift" a Comfort Consulting talk to your favorite school, nonprofit group, or even to your own office. We'll contact the recipient with the news that the talk has been paid for; they choose topic and schedule. Check the "Talks" tab for more info about topic options.
Susan's nonprofit management, fundraising, facilitating and team-building advice rests on three decades of real-world experience. Short-term coaching brings fresh tools, help with activities, and new approaches to mental health @work.
These interactive (on-line or on-site) workshops focus on brain science and increasing your teams' resilience, productivity, and joy. Great for brown bag lunches, conferences, or staff retreats.
The reality is, all stress isn't equal. We developed a Wellness Equity curriculum that addresses identity and circumstance stressors, creating a team conversation in a new way.
Teachers can't burn out. Our Nonprofit Wellness Education team can train school staff on self-care and team-care tools.
— Isak Dinesen [Karen Blixen]
“We need to learn how to practice love such that care -- for ourselves and others -- is understood as political resistance and cultivating resilience.”
-- adrienne maree brown