Utilize EFAP Resources
As a Wellness Advocate, the Employee and Family Assistance Program is a great resource for you to access. You can download articles on a variety of health and wellness topics to share with your colleagues and print and share the monthly posters and quarterly newsletters.
Promote Existing Wellness Initiatives
Learn about the variety of wellness initiatives on campus throughout the year including Health Checks, Active Living programs, wellness lunch and learn sessions, wellness fairs, and more.
Outdoor Lunchtime Activities
Host outdoor activities like lawn games such as a frisbee or bocce tournament. These types of activities require little planning and a nominal budget.
Promote Fitness Classes
Promote the existing fitness classes offered through Active Living.
On-site Fitness Classes
Work with the Coordinator, WellBeing and WorkLife to bring fitness classes like yoga or group personal training to the employees in your area.
A great way to get outside, exercise, and be productive while at work. Moving meetings can be more stimulating than a typical board room meeting as walking or wheeling tends to keep people more alert as opposed to sitting at a desk. Further, the changes in scenery can promote creative ideas, and the informal structure can encourage a more supportive atmosphere.
If you are interested in becoming a Wellness Champion or creating a Wellness Committee, you can sign up to our Teams channel and mailing list to receive our Wellness Newsletter and information on how to expand your wellness program by contacting Wellbeing and Worklife, email@example.com