Changing the Narrative Around Alcohol and Community
Webinar DescriptionHow can we as wellness practitioners, leaders, and change-makers inspire curiosity, empowerment, and choice regarding the role alcohol plays in our own lives and the populations we serve? This educational webinar will introduce current trends, new research, and evidence-informed thinking that aligns with NWI's Six Dimensions of Wellness. The elements of this timely discussion will inspire wellness professionals to explore the narrative around alcohol use and provide actionable steps to promote whole-person wellness.
Learning ObjectivesFollowing this webinar, you will be able to:
- Outline current data and trends regarding the shifts in one's relationship to alcohol and the growing alcohol-free movement.
- Identify and discern the alignment between these shifts and the roles they play in various aspects of multidimensional, multicultural wellness.
- Identify the pitfalls of traditional wellness offerings (e.g., biometric health screens, HRAs, lunch and learns) and ways to leverage these programs to create a culture of health.
- List three actionable practices professionals can implement to promote empowerment, curiosity, connection, and community around personal wellness goals.
Continuing Education Credit (CEC)This on-demand webinar is eligible for 1 CEC and pre-approved for: NWI CWP (Category 1), ACSM, CHES/MCHES (Category I CC), SHRM-CP, & SHRM-SCP. View NWI's CEC Info page for more details.
Note: You may not earn a CEC for the live and on-demand versions of the same webinar.
Once registered, you'll have 30 days to watch the full webinar, pass the 8-question quiz, and submit your Evaluation + CEC Request form.
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Daniel Stiller, MBA, PhD Candidate, CEO, Co-Founder, Better RhodeBefore joining Better Rhodes, Daniel Stiller held a number of senior positions in the automotive industry and stretched his entrepreneurial wings with a start-up electric car company, before joining the School of Business at Concordia University Chicago. Along with his role at Better Rhodes Daniel continues to teach and pursue his Ph.D. in I/O Psychology. For fun Daniel plays hockey, skis, and golfs and has yet to be deterred by his utter lack of talent. As much as he sucks at his hobbies, he kills it as a dad of two teenage boys, husband to his amazing wife, and chump to his two dogs.
Vanessa O'Neill, EdD, Corporate Sales, Better RhodesVanessa O'Neil's personal wellness journey started pre-COVID, and remote working allowed her to integrate more daily wellness practices, including experimenting with heathier food and beverage options. While searching for healthy, functional beverages with vitamins and adaptogens, she discovered Better Rhodes.For over 25 years, Vanessa has engaged in the business development of employee training programs. In 2002, her published dissertation analyzed and focused on the art of storytelling as a training method and its effectiveness in measuring learning transfer and outcomes. Vanessa has worked in a variety of industries, while spending most of her career in higher education and electric and gas utility organizations.