Wellbeing@Work Interview Series

Jump To: Physical, Relationships, Environmental

Looking for sustainable ways to improve your overall health and wellbeing? Join Jeremy Stewart from Cornell Wellness and Michelle Artibee, Director of Workforce Wellbeing, for a 7-part interview series exploring the various dimensions of wellbeing.

Each month Jeremy and Michelle will interview campus and community experts dive into complex topics and explore short and long-term tips/tricks and available resources. Tune in on Monday, September 13, as the series kicks off with Kerry Howell, Director of Cornell Wellness and Erin Harner, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with Cornell Wellness.

Physical Dimension of Wellbeing

Recognizing the impact of the pandemic, learn how to create and/or return to physical health behaviors that improve your wellbeing. These programs have been designed to help you focus on your overall wellness and gain fresh insights to help you move forward.

Videos:

Full Interview

Food Safety in the Office

Establishing New Habits

One Change to Improve Your Diet

Managing Weight Gain

Relationships Dimension of Wellbeing

In the second episode of the Wellbeing@Work Interview Series we focus on Healthy Relationships and Domestic and intimate partner violence, in conjunction with Go Purple Day and Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Learn more at https://hr.cornell.edu/dv.



Jeremy Stewart, Nutrition and General Health Outreach Educator for Cornell Wellness, and Michelle Artibee, Director of Workforce Wellbeing, welcome LaDreena Walton, Assistant Director for the Office of Institutional Equity and Title IX, and Kristi Taylor, Education Director for the Tompkins County Advocacy Center.

Full Interview

What Does It Mean To Be Healthy in the Relationship Dimension of Wellbeing

Cultivating Positive Relationships

Prevalence of Domestic Violence

Stigma of Domestic Violence

Title IX

Resources at Cornell

 

Environmental Dimension of Wellbeing

On this episode of the Wellbeing@Work Interview Series Jeremy Stewart, Nutrition and General Health Outreach Educator for Cornell Wellness, and Michelle Artibee, the Director of Workforce Wellbeing, interview the Assistant Director of Cornell’s Sustainability Office, Sarah Bryslinsky. In this chat, they dive into the environmental dimension of wellbeing, with topics around sustainability, how it affects your daily life, and how you can begin to cultivate a mindset of mindfulness around sustainability. 

Full Interview

Accessing Nature 

Winter Strategies for Sustainability

Pillars of Sustainability

Gift of Giving

What Is Environmental Wellbeing?

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