WCWI Member Networking Opportunities
WCWI Members unite and build connections with wellbeing strategists and people leaders throughout Wisconsin by participating in peer networking and idea-sharing opportunities. Below you will find two ongoing networking opportunities for WCWI Members that are offered on a monthly basis. We hope you, your wellness team members, and leaders join us!
WCWI Member Resource Groups
Join us on the last Thursday of every month to unite with your WCWI Member Community. These live, interactive discussions connect you to trending topics, inventive idea-sharing, and relevant resources to put into action.
Thursday, January 27, 2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Focus: Professional Development
Center on Your Potential for 2022 & Define Your Professional Vision
Join your WCWI community this first month of 2022 to center on your potential. Potential is the capacity for what's next - it's what lies ahead to develop the impact and outcomes you desire in your work. The ongoing practice of envisioning the future aligns you to your own compelling purpose and positions you to lead from your strengths. This session will be framed by your unique skills, professional role, and the intentions you have to be successful. You'll leave this discussion with your own professional vision statement that describes your aim for 2022 and exemplifies your growing potential to reach your goals.
WCWI Resources that we'll reference:
WCWI's Inventory for Growth
WCWI's Building Method: Contemplative Practice
WCWI Member 1:1 Connections (February)
Each month WCWI Members will have the opportunity to register for 1:1 Connections. As a participant, you will be paired with another member to connect virtually or safely in-person (it’s up to you!). For our February1:1 Connections, registration closes Monday, February 14th, and participants will be notified of their pairing on February 17. From there, you will work together as a pair to schedule your connection.
Get to know a colleague in wellness, grow your network, and share your experiences!
During the member resource group, I noticed the incredible rapport you have with members. Considering the number of people who signed in and how they responded throughout, I felt like it went beyond engagement, more of a sense of camaraderie. You offered people a safe space to be real and they truly respect -what you have to offer and say.
- Theresa Islo, Program Manager, Health and Wellness Management with UW - Extended Campus