Start your week off on the right foot, connecting with friends and co-workers and getting some physical activity in your day with a one-mile walk at 12:30pm. Take time to appreciate yourself, your co-workers and peers as you re-energize for the afternoon.
Bring your All Card and meet at the CRC front desk by the stairs. Sign in and get 2 Perk punches before you walk. Walk will be held on the indoor track unitl the spring. Meet back at the front desk sfter the walk for the raffle drawing to win a $5 All Card gift certificate.
Walk takes about 20-25 minutes. Walk at your own pace. All walkers eligible to win a $5 All Card gift certificate after each walk.
More details HERE.
“I don’t know of any magical solutions and, frankly, I’m not looking for one.” ~
There are many different techniques and forms of meditation practiced around the world. The good news is that most are accessible to you without needing complicated, purchasing membership fees, or investing a lot of time. In fact, you can develop your practice by starting for just a few minutes a day. Meditation can help you improve your physical health, emotional well-being, and mental strength. Please join us for our workshop, Meditation Made Simple, and begin learning about the benefits of meditation, starting a practice that fits your lifestyle, and connecting with people who are also looking for support in their journey. Everyone is welcome whether you have been meditating for years or have never tried meditating before. All of our experiences are important! Presented by Ashley F. Siemer, Esq., Director of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management.
Part 1: Behavior-Focused Strategies, Feb. 12, 12-1pm, UC 135
It isn’t always easy to do what needs to be done, especially if you’re dealing with impostor feelings. In this session, we will explore the Impostor Phenomenon and ways we can adjust our behaviors and improve our self-leadership to face new or difficult challenges and activities.
Part 2: Natural Reward-Focused Strategies, Feb. 19, 12-1pm, UC 135
In this session, we will explore approaches that can help us tap into the power of natural rewards to create feelings of competence, self-control, and purpose to mitigate impostor feelings.
Part 3: Constructive Thought-Focused Strategies, Feb. 26, 12-1pm, UC 135
In this session, we will strengthen our understanding of how our thought processes can influence impostor feelings and explore practices that strengthen constructive thought practices, such as opportunity thinking over obstacle thinking.
Part I: Defining Your Leader Sphere, April 22
Everyone can and does lead, but that doesn’t mean it looks the same for everyone. The things you can influence and change is impacted by where you sit in an organization. Join this session to define your leadership sphere to start taking action where you can have the most impact.
Part II: Defining Your Leader Style, April 29
No matter what type of leader you are, we think the best way to lead is from your strengths. Join this session to understand how your unique set of character strengths can be used to activate the best version of yourself as a leader.