Staying Whole While Navigating Turbulence
Webinar DescriptionThis webinar is for any health and well-being professional who wants to add tools to their "Navigating Turbulence" toolbox so that they may help themselves, and those they serve, get out of a rut and into a groove!
It will provide insights for questions such as: Are you living your life or is your life living you? What does "staying whole" mean to you? How's it going? Do you have the right tools in your toolbox?
Our busy lives are challenging as they are, and the universe seems to keep throwing us curve balls. Whether it's organizational changes, life events, geopolitical uncertainties, or just daily activities of living, we all must occasionally navigate turbulence; the challenge is to do so without losing ourselves. Aligned with NWI's Wellness Promotion Competency Model and Six Dimensions of Wellness,, this webinar will help you better navigate these certain challenges.
Learning ObjectivesFollowing this webinar, you will be able to:
- understand the relationship between the following variables and the ability to navigate turbulence: VUCA, purpose/core values, demand/capacity, pressure/performance, energy/time, mindset, circle of control, and resilience.
- determine self-compassion strategies that support "staying whole."
- develop tools to successfully execute an action plan to stay whole despite turbulence.
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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Jeannie Jones, MA, CWP, PQ Coach™, Founder, Rudder ConsultingFollowing a 32-year career in corporate health and well-being, Jeannie started her own consulting business in 2022. This allowed her to continue her passion of helping individuals, teams, and organizations pursue healthy high performance. While her master’s degree is in exercise science, she spent the last half of her career focusing more on the psychosocial aspects of human performance as a Certified Wellness Practitioner (NWI); Certified Mental Health First Aider (NCWMB); Authorized Partner, Coaching on the Go; Certificate in "Science of Happiness" (Berkeley); Certified DiSC® Practitioner; and is past member of HERO Think Tank and judge for NBGH, Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles. This enabled her to take a more balanced and “whole health” approach to consulting, coaching, and facilitating training. She recharges by spending time with family and friends, playing tennis, saltwater fishing, and taking long walks with her black lab, Skynyrd.