he Resiliency Center's Wellness Champion Program provides well-being tools and expertise to empower individuals and teams to manage stress, reduce burnout, and optimize well-being together.
How to use the Toolbox
The Wellness Champions Toolbox includes links to step-by-step instructions for leading well-being activities with your team.
- Click: on a topic below and try it out with your team
- Customize: If it helps, think of the tools like a recipe; we’ve provided the ingredients, you can pick the activity that best suits your team needs.
- Contact us: We know this is harder than it looks. We are here to help answer questions, facilitate a practice with your team, or shadow and give feedback as you lead (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This tool is designed for self-assessment of your group over time. It may help in setting priorities and monitoring progress over time. Feel free to add items to the list that are important to your group.
Using prompts to check-in during meetings, team huddles, hand-offs, etc. is a simple way to help each other reconnect to purpose, be more present and focused, connect to each other, and be more engaged at work. Checking-in also creates time and space to process events and experiences in a helpful, adaptive way.
Self-compassion increases well-being and resilience to stress and trauma. It has also been linked to healthier behaviors (like more exercise and less substance use), greater motivation, confidence, and sense of personal responsibility. It also improves our pro-social or supportive relationship behaviors. In short, practicing self-compassion is essential for health care teams.
Program Agendas & Slides
October 27, 2020 - Fall Wellness Champions Retreat Agenda
- Welcome & Program Overview—Wayne Imbrescia and Amy Locke
- Psychological First Aid For Teams—Megan Call, Jean Whitlock and Trinh Mai
- Recognizing Those At Risk—Rob Davies
- Breakout + Barriers and Moving Forward—Alan Davis
February 9, 2021 - Spring Wellness Champions Retreat Agenda