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Professionals working in the social justice sector are engaged in solving complex issues in rapidly changing contexts. The nature of the intricate problems that changemakers are addressing means that they often are exposed to high-pressure environments and stressful situations, which leads to feelings of exhaustion and overwhelm.


Some professionals experience that they don’t have the right tools or support to cope with the pressure. Numerous studies show that cases of burnout and depression are rising in this sector, leading to high staff turnover and lost productivity.


This stresses the importance of a holistic well-being strategy to foster a healthy and sustainable post-pandemic work environment and ways of working.

From Disconnect and Overwhelm to Engaged Collaboration

Research shows that inner well-being enables professionals to create greater social good. Increased well-being results in a better and healthier relationship with self, one’s social environment and one’s work. It leads to greater resilience in coping with turbulence and feelings of instability at work and in personal life.


Individual change

  • Reduction in stress and burnout

  • Higher levels of engagement and motivation

  • Enhanced leadership skills

  • More collaborative and supportive relationships

  • Healthier management of personal and professional boundaries


Organisational change

  • Increase in retention

  • Enhanced experimentation, learning, and adaptation process

  • Undertaking of more informed and innovative approaches

  • Leadership/ownership distributed more widely

  • Healthier work environment

A Journey to Well-being

Body Mind Awareness offers the following interventions to identify gaps and facilitate solutions for improved well-being:

  1. organisational well-being barometer that takes the temperature on how your organisation is doing on different dimensions of well-being, through a survey and follow-up interviews

  2. tailor-made well-being journeys with wellbinars, workshops and inspirational resources

  3. coaching trajectories for employees and managers

The holistic well-being approach takes into account the interconnectedness of multiple dimensions of well-being (occupational, social, emotional, mental, spiritual, and physical) and how the dimensions relate to and interact with each other. This supports long-term and integrated change. 

Get in touch to learn more. 


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