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The NWI Podcasts #27 - Mim Senft

Posted By Caroline Carlson, Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Updated: Monday, March 5, 2018

Mim SenftMim Senft, CWWS, GBA, AAI, RYT, is President and CEO of Motivity Partnerships, Inc., a consulting firm dedicated to providing integrated, evidence-based solutions for organizations to create a thriving workforce. She is also the co-founder and Executive Director for Global Women 4 Wellbeing, a non-profit membership organization focused on empowering more healthy female leadership for a more sustainable world.

Mim Senft has over 20 years of corporate experience in project management, benefits design and wellness program strategy and implementation. She co-founded Global Women 4 Wellbeing in 2016, along with Nancy Board and Deb Smolensky.

Mim is a member of NWI and has served on the Board of Directors. She is a member of The Global Wellness Institute’s Future of Well Work Initiative, The American Sustainable Business Council, UN Women Metro, IFEBP, and WELCOA. She is a regular speaker at conferences and roundtables on topics related to employee benefits and corporate wellness/wellbeing programs, and women’s health, well-being, and leadership issues.

Show links are below. Click here to download a PDF of these show notes.

Global Women 4 Wellbeing website

2018 National Wellness Conference Pre-Conference

National Institute Member Discount to join Global Women 4 Wellbeing

GW4W Member Discount to Join the National Wellness Institute

Motivity Partnerships, Inc.

Mim on LinkedIn

World economic forum November 2, 2017

Rethreaded

Leigh Stringer Interview of Mim Senft

SHINE Summit

Book: Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind

Alice Klein Article: Research on male animals prevents women from getting best drugs

Commonwealthfund.org Article: Paying for Prescription Drugs Around the World: Why Is the U.S. an Outlier?

Tags:  gender equity  Global Women 4 Wellbeing  GW4W  National Wellness Conference  National Wellness Institute  NWI  NWI Podcast  women's equality 

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The NWI Podcasts #22 & 23 - Joel Bennett, PhD

Posted By Caroline Carlson, Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Updated: Thursday, January 11, 2018

This two-episode bonus podcast set covers the two new Train the Trainer certificate courses presented by Dr. Bennett, offered in collaboration between the National Wellness Institute and Organizational Wellness and Learning Systems:
"Resilience & Thriving: The Secret Power of Stress", and "Empowered Health Consciousness & Prescription Drugs: The Wellness Alternative"

 

Episode 22 is Part 1 of our two-part interview with Dr. Bennett. In this episode, he discusses what "Train the Trainer" certificate courses are and who will most benefit by taking them. He also discussed the "Resilience & Thriving: The Secret Power of Stress" course from this new series.

All individuals in search of personal coping and resilience building, education, and practice can benefit from receiving the "Resilience & Thriving: The Secret Power of Stress" training. The Train-the-Trainer certificate course, however, is recommended for professionals who wish to offer the training to, and use the resources with, their students, employees, or clients.

Episode 23 is Part 2 of our two-part interview with Dr. Bennett. In this episode, he continues to discuss the "Resilience & Thriving: The Secret Power of Stress" course from this new series. He also discusses the second course in this new series, "Empowered Health Consciousness & Prescription Drugs: The Wellness Alternative".

The National Wellness Institute’s new 5-credit certificate course—based on an evidence-informed program developed by Organizational Wellness & Learning Systems (OWLS), with funding from the U.S. Department of Health (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency, SAMHSA)—provides information and tools to bring health consciousness and prescription drug misuse awareness to the workplace and beyond.

This course provides information about the risks associated with prescription drug misuse, emphasizes the harmful effects of misuse, discusses the problems associated with misuse in the workplace, and provides health-conscious alternatives for prescription drug use.

About Dr. Joel Bennett

Joel Bennett, P.h.D.Joel Bennett, PhD, is President of Organizational Wellness & Learning Systems (OWLS), a consulting firm that specializes in evidencebased wellness and e-learning technologies to promote organizational health and employee well-being. Dr. Bennett first delivered stress management programming in 1985 and OWLS programs have since reached close to 100,000 workers across the United States and abroad. He is primary developer of “Team Awareness” and “Team Resilience,” evidence-based, culture of health programs recognized by the U.S. Dept. of Health and the Surgeon General as effective in reducing employee behavioral risks. Dr. Bennett has authored over 20 peer-reviewed scientific articles as well as five books, including Raw Coping Power, Well-Being Champions, Time & Intimacy, Heart-Centered Leadership, and Preventing Workplace Substance Abuse.  

Show links are below. Click hereto download a PDF of these show notes.

Organizational Wellness & Learning Systems (OWLS)

email OWLS

Dr. Joel Bennett on Twitter

Train the Trainer Certificate Course:
Resilience & Thriving: The Secret Power of Stress

Raw Coping Power Book

NWI Tools:
Wholeness Reflection Exercise
Dimensions of Life Tool
Wellness Focus Survey for Coaching Tool

Download our informational flyer on the coarse "Resilience & Thriving: The Secret Power of Stress"

Download our informational flyer on the coarse "Empowered Health Consciousness & Prescription Drugs: The Wellness Alternative"

 

Tags:  Empowered Health Consciousness & Prescription Drug  Joel Bennett  National Wellness Institute  NWI  Organizational Wellness & Learning Systems  OWLS  Resilience & Thriving: The Secret Power of Stress  Train the Trainer Certificate Courses 

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