Co-Founder and Lead Coach
Jayne is the UK’s leading burnout expert, author of 'Burnout to Brilliance' and co-founder of Balanceology.
Former resident life coach expert for NHS Online Health Sector, Jayne is passionate about implementing genuine, integrated and sustainable workplace wellbeing. She holds a PGcert in Personal and Professional Coaching in addition to an Advanced Diploma in Integrative Art Psychotherapy.
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Since her practice began in London’s Harley Street in 2010, she has helped hundreds of individuals recover from burnout and numerous organisations prevent absenteeism due to chronic stress. She has lived and worked in Belgium, Germany, Japan, Spain and the UAE. At the age of 23 Jayne could speak the languages of two of these countries fluently, we’ll let you guess which!
Her passion for burnout recovery stems from her own experience of burning out, whilst working a marketing brand manager for a major UK media corporation. Following her successful recovery, Jayne retrained, so that she could use coaching and art psychotherapy tools to help others prevent and recover from burnout.
Jayne has made numerous TV and radio appearances on BBC, Channel 4 and SKY and been featured in The Times, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Independent, Psychologies Magazine, Cosmopolitan and many more.
As the most sort after authority on burnout Jayne has made numerous media appearances on BBC TV and Radio and in The Independent, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Psychologies Magazine, Cosmopolitan and many more publications.
Jayne has helped numerous organisations prevent burnout absenteeism. She also supports businesses looking to transition from their existing hierarchal management structure to more sociocratic system using the adoption of models such as Holacracy, Teal and Sociocracy.
As a nature and animal lover, she now lives by the coast near Bristol and enjoys being outside as much as possible. Jayne loves laughing lots. Her favourite weekend activities include creative projects with her two daughters, swimming in the sea and muddy walks with the family dog, Blade.
Fun fact: Jayne holds a Black Belt in both Karate and Tae Kwon Do.
Jayne also works with private clients to help them recover from burnout and live a life of vitality and purpose. If you are interested to find out more, please visit:
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Co-Founder, Trainer, Facilitator and Coach
Dylan believes strongly in identifying the root cause of problems as a necessary foundation and catalyst for change. He takes an empathetic approach to both individuals and organisations dealing with burnout prevention and recovery.
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With significant experience in capacity building organisations in the sports sector, working in the fields of sport development, coaching and events Dylan has also worked internationally as a mentor/trainer in the UK, Belgium, UAE and Switzerland.
Whilst working in sport Dylan experienced first-hand the powerful impact that good coaching and mentoring can make. He brings knowledge and understanding working in private and public sector settings, to help businesses analyse their existing wellbeing offerings, personalise and tailor them to more specifically meet the needs of their staff.
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Dylan is an accomplished presenter and leads on our workshop development and delivery. He is the producer and co-host of our weekly podcast The Art of Balance. You can also catch him co-presenting our exclusive online video series for Psychologies Magazine's Life Labs.
He enjoys family time, running, cycling, and long walks with the family dog, Blade.
A massive boxing fan, Dylan has travelled all over the world to watch the biggest fights. He was fortunate enough to hold various roles in the sport including working as a manager in the boxing competition team at the London 2012 Olympics. He also co-hosted a weekly boxing show on Dubai Eye radio station when living in the UAE.
Dylan enjoys baking with his daughters, running, cycling, and long walks with his best buddy, our four-legged friend, Blade.
Fun fact: Despite holding blue belts in Judo and Brazilian jiu-jitsu, he has no immediate ambitions to reach a higher rank in either discipline despite an ongoing family dispute about which martial art is the most effective.