Participating in a university-based community effort will meet the participation guidelines (multi-week program, attending at least 85% of sessions over a minimum of 8-12 weeks), is necessary to be eligible for this incentive.
Why is this Important?
Having close relationships at work has been found to positively affect employee retention, safety, work quality and engagement. Research indicates that people feel better emotionally when they do kind things for and with other people. Building community within the university is an important part of building well-being for faculty, staff and the university.
- Participating in Crafters@Case
- Connect with others and improve your health with Lifestyle Boot Camp
- Join a Sustained Dialogue group
- Or consider developing and participating in a new university-based community initiative to build bonds with others on campus. Contact Elizabeth Click, Medical Director, to determine if your group meets the criteria
Books@Work brings professor-led literature seminars to workplaces and community settings to build confidence, critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity. Over the course of 12 weeks, the group will discuss three different books. Through shared narratives, Books@Work encourages and nurtures work cultures rooted in trust, open dialogue and strong social connection – all critical elements of wellbeing.
Want to learn a little more?
Tuesdays at Noon
September 3 through November 19
Kelvin Smith Library Room LL06
GROUP IS FULL!
Fridays at 12:30
August 30 through November 15
Adelbert Hall Room M2
Please contact Mary Ann to sign up!
In order to be placed on the roster, you must commit to attending at least 10 of the 12 meetings.
Those who have not yet participated in previous Books@Work groups will have priority.
Lifestyle Boot Camp
A community-based approach to well-being
During the 8-week Boot Camp Series, faculty and staff will be asked to examine their current state of well-being. Through educational discussions with your boot camp group, participants will begin to develop tools essential to create a personalized wellness plan.
Thursdays at 12:30 PM
May 23 through July 18 (no class July 4th)
Crafters@Case brings together a diverse group of faculty staff and students from CWRU, University Hospital and the Cleveland Clinic. Groups meet weekly between 12:30 and 1:30 PM in buildings throughout campus.
All are welcome, regardless of skill level. Participants can create hats, scarfs and other items for donation. To earn the Community Wellness Incentive, participants must participate in an on campus group for at least 30 minutes twice a week for at least 12 weeks.
The CWRU Sustained Dialogue program brings together individuals from various backgrounds to discuss campus, local and national issues of concern, including diversity and inclusion matters.