Choose Health & Happiness Will Follow
Updated: Mar 16, 2021
Below is the recorded "Health & Wellness" session that was presented at the Staff Retreat on 2/27/21 (1 hour) and the follow-up at the staff meeting on 3/9/21 (2 hours).
If you did not attend this session "live" on retreat day, you can earn 1 hour of continuing ed credit for this session by following the steps below:
Watch the Live Recording & Use the Handout to Take Notes
Review the PowerPoint Slides
Complete the Reflection Questions on the Handout
Download and Write Your Name and Date on the Leadership Session Certificate
Turn in 1) a Copy of the Reflection Handout and 2) a Copy of Your Certificate to Your Director
Access the Handout Here:
Access the Full-Size PowerPoint Slides Here:
Health & Wellness Session Part 2
Earn 2 hours of continuing ed credit for Part 2 of this session by doing the following...
Watch the Live Recording
Review the Follow-Up Information
Answer the Reflection Questions in an E-Mail to Your Administrative Assistant (be sure to copy your Director as well to earn the continuing ed credit)
Have you ever set a health goal or resolution and fallen short? Give an example if you have or haven't. When that happens, do you reflect on why you fell short (or were falling short) and adjusted your goal or did you just give up?
Give an example of a health goal you can set to "replace" a habit you're hoping to get away from or add a healthy habit that you don't currently have... then give an example of how you can hold yourself accountable to that goal.
Think about something intangible you wish you had more of in your life (example: time, energy, positivity)? Why do you want more of that? Now how can you give that to someone else at ARA? ***Remember when we model and give what we need to others, others begin to give the same things to us***
Can you think of a time in your life where you were having a conversation, and the other person helped you to think of something you never thought about before? Does talking with someone you trust, mean more to you than reading it online? Why or why not?
***Sometimes people have a wealth of information that they don't share, because they think others don't want to hear what they have to say*** Be the person to ask questions, and take interest. What do you want to know more about? What do you want to learn? What do you want to hear from others?