The Mindful Eating 2.0 session on Dec. 10 will delve into how a consistent practice of mindfulness can help us manage the unconscious, reactive habits that build up around food. Learn more. Read more about Mindful Eating 2.0
In this 2-hour workshop on Dec. 10, you will learn what self-regulation is and explore its role in managing your emotions, physiology, and state of mind. You will learn techniques that will increase your capacity to calm yourself down and think clearly in moments where you’re feeling negative emotions. Learn more. Read more about Building Personal Resilience: Self-Regulation
No matter how much or how little money you can save for retirement, it’s important that you start now and stay invested for your future. In this webinar on Dec. 9, you can learn how taking smart financial steps today may help lead you to a solid financial future after you’ve stopped working. Learn more. Read more about TIAA-CREF Webinar - Strategies for Staying on Track
This workshop on Dec. 10 provides a high-level view of the model for a well-rounded retirement. Several “big ideas” about retirement health are explored, and participants in the live session complete a self-inventory related to the model. Learn more.
In the introductory “Mindfulness and Compassion” course, participants will have learned to use their mindfulness practice to specifically hone the lens of compassion; “Compassion 2.0” on Dec. 3 will delve further into how these practices can prepare us to lend support to ourselves and those around us. Learn more. Read more about Mindfulness and Compassion 2.0
In this workshop on Dec. 8, you will learn what mental agility is, and how your ability to be flexible in your thinking supports resiliency. You will uncover your personal “fixed mindset traps” – ways of thinking that prevent you from operating with a growth mindset. Learn more. Read more about Building Personal Resilience: Mental Agility
The gentle stretches and postures taught in this program on Nov. 30 are designed to increase flexibility at the joints – thereby improving one's range of motion – and also aid in relaxing the hips and lower portions of the body to increase one's ability to sit with ease. Learn more. Read more about Mindful Movement: Yoga for the Office
In this workshop on Dec. 1, you will learn the definition of optimism, and its undeniable connection to resiliency. In fact, social scientists consider optimism, to be the engine of resiliency. You will see first-hand that optimists are highly skilled at seeing situations as they actually are. Learn more. Read more about Building Personal Resilience: Optimism
We are seeking Harvard staff who want to show their creative endeavors and artwork. Submissions can range from photography and painting to conceptual pieces, sculpture, design, textiles, film, performing arts, musical compositions or performances, and more. Apply by December 4! Learn more.