A DAY OF PURPOSE CONFERENCE
Developing a strong sense of purpose can help you operate at your best, inspire you to live with intention, and cultivate a deeper connection to your community. Living your purpose is more than just a business trend. It’s what makes you thrive. The March 25 conference will feature leaders and change makers from across UD and will close with a keynote from Dr. Vic Strecher, a behavioral scientist from the University of Michigan.
Your Wellbeing is Our Mission
where we strive to build a thriving culture where UD employees,
spouses and retirees are healthy, fueled, and inspired to be their best self each day.
FOUNDATIONS OF WELLBEING
Our model focuses its efforts around six foundations that contribute to optimal wellbeing: Community Wellbeing, Making Connections, Emotional Wellbeing, Financial Wellbeing, Physical Wellbeing and Cultivating Purpose. Click on each foundation below for more information.
What is wellbeing?
Wellbeing starts with simple questions—What can I do today to feel fulfilled and balanced? Are you connected to purpose, people and your community? Do you have a balance between body, mind and spirit? Am I happy?
Wellbeing is unique to you and our goal is to bring awareness to where you are and what you need. Our department offers resources designed to support you in personal development to live your best life. We offer exciting opportunities to participate in throughout the year that support your wellbeing, connect you with your colleagues and the UD community and keep your health in focus.
“I love the All-Access Membership format and being able to pick and choose classes. Before it was just too hard to commit to taking up a space in a class all semester, and to be tied to that one type of class. I really appreciate the flexibility…it’s much more manageable for those of us who often find it hard to step away from our desk at lunch or stay after work.”
“By working closely with UD Employee Health and Wellbeing we have had tremendous benefits both for me personally, as well as for many of the UD Library, Museums & Press employees. I hope that more UD employees take advantage of the great opportunities that they have available to them through Wellbeing, and work hard to live more physically and socially active lifestyles.”