Weekly Well Being Resources as Presented By Griswold Pride
This article was published on: 10/5/20 12:02 PM by Mike Minarsky
Miranda Mahoney from Griswold Pride puts together a “Well Being” packet every week, and here is this weeks offering!
- 4 Tips to Giving Great Feedback – For us to be successful leaders, teammates, parents, friends, spouses, and human beings, it’s important to give feedback effectively to those around us. Mike Robbins shares 4 key things to remember when giving feedback to others.
Social & Family Wellbeing
- 31 Ways to Celebrate Halloween This Year – While traditional door-to-door trick-or-treating may be discouraged or canceled this year, there are still plenty of ways to celebrate!
- How to Create and Stick with a Holiday Budget – With holiday spending, we often spend more than we plan. Cash ends up feeling tight which takes away from the joy of the holidays. Learn 10 steps to create a holiday budget now and decrease your financial stress.
- How Muscles Drive Metabolism with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon – In this podcast, Dr. Gabrielle fights protein food shaming with research-backed science on how protein intake supports fat loss and prevents sarcopenia, and she explains how muscles and proteins play a role in decreasing inflammation and how protein deficiency can manifest in disease.
- Breaking the Burnout Cycle – Exhausted. Stressed. Anxious. Berating yourself for “not doing enough.” These are all signs of burnout. For years, we’ve known burnout affects women more than men, and now COVID-19 has made it even worse. This episode features Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post and Thrive Global, and Emily Nagoski, author of Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle. Arianna and Emily tell personal stories about burnout, teach us how to recognize it, and share tips for preventing and addressing it in our own lives.
- Change and Loss in the Workplace – Join Lori Schwanbeck and Wisdom Labs for a practice in processing grief and moving forward effectively. Change and loss are inevitable and can throw our personal, and professional, world into upheaval. Mindfulness practice creates a rudder that can guide us through these conditions with acceptance, courage and compassion. Bringing these qualities into our workplaces, we humanize the world of work, meeting ourselves and our colleagues with skill and care during times of vulnerability and suffering. October 8th at 12:PM ET.
- Everyday Kindness: How Small Acts Have Big Impact – Kindness positively contributes to all kinds of wellbeing. While the dark days of the pandemic can lead us to focus on the negative, small acts of kindness can create a ripple effect of positivity.
Virtual Wellbeing Fair
- The Alera Virtual Wellbeing Fair – As referenced above, we would like to personally invite you to Alera Group’s first Virtual Wellbeing Fair. The event will be held the week of October 19th – 23rd. The event will include daily fitness breaks, daily mindfulness breaks and a wide array of national vendors speaking on a range of topics from mental health and support, how to communicate better in the workplace, and taking care of your personal and physical health.