Coordinate a consistent lunch date (weekly or monthly) with a colleague.
Encourage your colleagues to get together once a week at the same time to practice mindfulness.
Show gratitude to at least one co-worker a week in a special way (e.g., write them a note or leave them a treat).
Use work breaks to get moving by taking a walk with a colleague.
Manage your environment by adding comforting and personal touches to your office.
Set goals for drinking water and tell a colleague who will help you stick to them.
Encourage teams to have at least one meeting each week where attendees stand or walk instead of sit.
Focus on maintaining good posture throughout the day to help your body and brain feel well.
Invite a panel of judicial officers to speak about their well-being practices and challenges.
Plan a technology blackout day: no emailing, texting, or calling colleagues outside work hours.
Host a lunch for those who are going through similar work-life challenges.
Host a potluck lunch that allows colleagues to share their healthy recipes.
Host a volunteer fair to connect your colleagues to people and needs in your community.
Take a funny team photo to have on your desk when you need a laugh.
Host an interpersonal conflict training to support emotional intelligence skills in your office.
Hold a prize drawing for well-being items such as FitBits, journals, and healthy cookbooks.
Start an office library that includes books staff have enjoyed and books on well-being.
Make a well-being toolkit with a notebook for journaling, maps to green spaces for walking, and tea for relaxing.
Maintain a good news board at the office for colleagues to share positive messages and updates.