The Little Moments: Cultivating the Practice of Connecting to Your Purpose
with featured speaker, Dr. Nicole Eull, PsyD
Wednesday, March 31 | 2:00 PM- 3:30 PM
A discipline of contemplative practice provides self-awareness and can center you in your work. A dedication to contemplative practice ensures that you remain present, insightful, and concentrated on your purpose and your people. This presentation will explore the reasons reconnecting to your purpose can improve your professional and overall well-being. We will explore multiple ways to cultivate “everyday mindfulness” and integrate it into your day. We will practice multiple techniques that foster a sense of connectedness and affiliation.
- Define Contemplative Practice and Why it Benefits You in Professional Life
- Identify Contemplative Practices to Connect with Your Purpose
- Practice Everyday Mindfulness Skills to Foster Affiliation and Connectedness
Are you a WCWI Member? Join this session for free!
Exclusive WCWI Member Benefit:
WCWI Members receive one (1) complimentary Learning Circle session per WCWI Member Delegate per year.
For 2021, WCWI Member Delegates can join the March 31, 2021 session at no additional cost.
VIEW THE COMPLIMENTARY SESSION HERE
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 MySkillRx.com where she encourages physicians to “Give a Skill, Not a Pill.”
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