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Health and wellness coaching during times of uncertainty, like the COVID-19 health pandemic, is uncharted territory for the growing profession. Vicki Bautista, EdD, NBC-HWC, Creighton University assistant professor of Interdisciplinary Studies and assistant program director, Integrative Health and Wellness teamed up with Creighton University Integrative Health and Wellness alumni and health and wellness coach Shannon Wallace to offer the following tips for coaches who are helping their clients navigate these uncertain times.
While online learning has been the essence of many of Creighton University’s graduate programs since their inception, and it’s not a new concept for many of us in higher ed, even the savviest of distance learners can benefit from tips for success. Whether you are a current student, a prospective student considering an online program or an individual trying to help others navigate our “new normal” here are some essential tips to help you succeed.
For today’s successful leaders, now more than ever, personal well-being is a critical need, not only for the person leading, but for the team members within the organization. Employees look to their leaders to model the workplace culture, including personal well-being. Creighton professors Gretchen Oltman and Vicki Bautista offer four tips on how a good leader can help employees make wellness a priority in a completely new and unpredictable environment.
A pandemic, coupled with increasingly volatile stock markets, makes even the savviest investors cringe. If you’re in the markets at all, chances are you’re paying attention and you’re panicking.
In decision making, the more information you have at your disposal, the better the result. This is certainly true in business. Knowledge of your customer base and predictions of future demand will indicate the correct timing of product line expansion, for example.
Creighton’s 2040 Initiative, located in the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (NCR) Program, creates spaces for people from different groups - people with different experiences, identities, and beliefs- to engage with each other and to hear each others’ stories. Genuine engagement opens a path toward justice.
Perhaps we shouldn’t be surprised that Star Wars has much to teach us about conflict. It’s right there in the title, after all.
Investment professionals with advanced credentials are in a strong position to enjoy the best job prospects, including earning top compensation in their field.
One of the most common questions asked among students considering an online graduate degree is will the online experience be worth it?