A job doesn’t just provide income. It also gives us purpose, goals to work towards, and a sense of belonging. However, stress at work, feelings of isolation, exhaustion from high workload and our ever-longer work days, and trying to balance our careers with other areas of our life can contribute to loneliness, lack of motivation and, ultimately, burnout.

Prioritising mental health and wellbeing is proven to lead to higher productivity, better work outcomes and happier working environments.

Through the information, tools and strategies revealed on this website and in our 45-minute Breakfast at Epiphany’s talks, we aim to rekindle yours and your colleagues’ purpose, set goals, improve your working relationships and find fulfilment and success.

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