3 Hours Per Session
These fun, fast-paced boot camp-style workshops introduce participants to 6 constructs under the PERMAH building blocks with tangible takeaways to implement immediately.
Participants will learn about the 24 character strengths and how these strengths contribute to wellbeing. This interactive workshop requires a free online test for all participants prior to the presentation.
This interactive workshop takes participants through a process of job crafting centered on three areas: cognitive, relational, and functional.
This interactive presentation highlights the scientific benefits of gratitude and participants are introduced to strategies to build a more grateful life.
University of Michigan’s Wayne Grant developed this dynamic group giving model to use in organizations. Learn the science behind why givers are more successful and have higher wellbeing than takers.
When it feels like many things in our lives are out of our control, this workshop digs into our thoughts and our ability to focus on what we can control to lean toward thriving in times of change.
In this practical workshop, participants will learn tools to help improve workplace inclusion including research on why a focus on inclusion and diversity matters both for the individual and for the organization.
The Surgeon General’s Report on Workplace Mental Health and Wellbeing recommends tackling questions related to five identified Priority Areas: Protection from Harm, Connection and Community, Work-Life Harmony, Mattering at Work, and Opportunities for Growth. This roundtable involves a facilitated discussion leading to concrete actions steps.