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Your 2021 Learning Circle Experience

Hello 2021 WCWI Learning Circle participants, this page is for you! Since we are taking the entire Learning Circle virtual, this page will hold all of our recorded sessions and speaker slides. We will be adding new information to this page throughout the year-so make sure to check back often. Please don't share the link to this page as it is only for registered Learning Circle participants.  We look forward to joining together for shared learning and perspective this year. 

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Session 1: Contemplative Practice

The Little Moments: Cultivating the Practice of Connecting to Your Purpose

with featured speaker Nicole Eull, PsyD


Dr. Nicole Eull is a health psychologist and the Director of Wellbeing for Academic Affairs at Advocate Aurora Health in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  She is a passionate advocate for the health and wellbeing of medical professionals and provides humorous and engaging trainings on burnout prevention, conflict resolution, compassionate communication and medical improv.  She the author of “Well to Do: A Guide to Take Charge, Set Goals and Improve Your Health” and the founder of where she encourages physicians to “Give a Skill, Not a Pill.”

Session 2: Rhythms of Competencies & Skills

Power Tools: Constructing Key Competencies with Power Skills

with featured speaker Dr. Eric D. Waters


Dr. Eric D. Waters is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies in the Diederich College of Communication at Marquette University. At Marquette, Dr. Waters teaches graduate and undergraduate coursework in Organizational Communication, Corporate Communication, Managerial Communication, and Financial Communication. A self-proclaimed “pracademic,” Dr. Waters enjoys applying research findings through coaching and mentoring business leaders. In July of 2020, he joined the team of Sales Trac Training as an Executive Coach/Consultant.



Session Three: Vital Conversations

Meaningful Conversations as a Key Building Method

with featured speaker Ryan Wolf


Ryan leads Gallup’s health and wellbeing initiatives through strategic partnerships with its research team, benefits department, and external medical and wellness partners. He administers In The Zone, Gallup’s wellbeing program, which provides Gallup associates, spouses, and family members with opportunities to pursue greater wellbeing through the framework of Gallup’s research.

Session Four: Collaboration

 Create an Environment that Inspires Collaboration

with featured speaker Jason Horay


Jason Horay is the Manager of Health Strategy and Well-Being at Curi, a company committed to helping physicians in medicine, business, and life. In this role, he serves as Program Manager for the North Carolina Medical Society Employee Benefit Plan, where he partners with brokers, producers, and vendors in supporting nearly 500 medical practices and 11,000 covered healthcare professionals. 
Jason has also held well-being leadership roles at Duke University, IBM, and Cisco Systems and is a graduate of Leadership North Carolina.
He continually strives towards the active pursuit of enabling healthcare leaders to discover true wellness and realize their full potential, and through this work, he was featured as a WELCOA Member Spotlight and voted as a Top 100 Health Promotion Professional.
Jason earned a bachelor’s degree in Sports Medicine from High Point University and a master’s degree in Health Promotion from Mississippi State University. He is a Certified Member of the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. (CHES) and teaches a variety of undergraduate and graduate health promotion and public health courses. 
In his free time, Jason enjoys deep sea fishing, exercising, gardening, and spending time with his two teenage sons, Caden and Cole. 

All Learning Circle sessions are approved for the following CE credits: 

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