Equips Extension educators and others who work with adults to teach skills for balanced living in five key areas: time management, stress management, mindful eating, physical activity and sleep. Emphasizes the crucial roles of each of these elements in a well-balanced life and promotes mindful eating over dieting. Consists of five 1 hour units which can be taught as stand-alone classes or as a series. Includes advertising tools as well as PowerPoint presentations with narratives, activities and handouts and evaluation tools. (2010) – CD-ROM.
DeWitt Jones asks if we choose to see the possibilities, do we really believe they’re there? He assures us that there is always more than one right answer. Celebrating what’s right with the world helps us recognize the possibilities and find solutions for many of the challenges before us. (2001) – DVD (23:00), LEADER, GUIDE, WORKBOOK, CD WITH POWERPOINT PRESENTATION.
Describes a “co-active” approach to coaching and the coaching relationship for professionals and volunteers. Coaching is a key component of an organization’s toolkit for developing leaders, working with teams and helping employees at every level achieve their personal and professional best. Reviews coaching fundamentals, skills, practices, and provides reproducible exercises and checklists. (2007) – MANUAL (312p), CD WITH SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS.
CD-Rom containing materials needed to conduct a 3-5 hour workshop designed by Beverly Stencel and Hans Hanson. Intended to help participants gain insights that may enrich their relationships with co-workers of different generations and enhance the productivity of the group. Focuses on four generations spanning the years 1922 to the present – people with four diverse sets of values, needs, motivations and expectations trying to find common ground in any organization, business or team. (2003) – CD-ROM WITH POWERPOINT PRESENTATION, FACILITATOR’S HANDBOOK, REFERENCE LIST AND QUIZZES AND ANSWER KEYS.
This 4-part program explores different ways individuals react to stress, and the special demands that faculty members face. Suggests ways faculty can cope with stress, and helps them see the “big picture” of university life in the context of stress. Part 1 “The Who, What, When, Where and How of Stress”; Part 2 “Coping With Pre-tenure Stress”; Part 3 “Life and Stress After Tenure”; Part 4 “Balancing Personal Life and Work”. 4 VHS VIDEOS, USER GUIDE RESEARCH ARTICLES, 3 SELF-TESTS. (1989) - VHS VIDEO (85:00)
Discusses how our paradigms – the set of rules and regulations that define the boundaries of our reasoning – filter our thinking and may prevent us from accepting relevant data. VHS VIDEO, PROGRAM GUIDE. (1984) - VHS VIDEO (34:00)
Photojournalist DeWitt Jones offers several techniques to help organizations tap their creative potential. Stresses the idea that creativity is an attitude and that “creative thinking” really results from taking a fresh look…one that is deeper and more determined…at the mundane experiences of everyday life. (1999) – DVD (21:00), LEADER’S GUIDE, WORKBOOK, POWERPOINT PRESENTATION ON CD-ROM
An excellent team building tool which focuses on Seattle’s World Famous Pike Place Fish. Presents the FISH philosophy which encourages employees to make a personal choice to bring passion, playfulness, commitment and a positive attitude to work every day. (Follow up production “Fish! Sticks” also available – #18760) (1998, 2002) – VHS VIDEO (20:00), PROGRAM GUIDE (88p).
The World Famous Pike Place Fish Guys share what they’ve learned about keeping the energy and enthusiasm of FISH! (see #18757) alive. Can be used as part of a program on vision, accountability, teamwork, orientation, or coaching and feedback. (1999) – VHS VIDEO (17:00), PROGRAM GUIDE (34p).
Updated version of University of IL research based program designed to help people balance their work and personal lives. Designed to meet the needs of all working adults, it addresses the needs of working individuals systematically across multiple conceptual domains. The flexible curriculum is organized into five categories/workshops, one to two hours each, which can be presented individually or in combination, and can be tailored to address specific audiences. Topics explored include relationshiops with partners, extended family and friends, children (Parenting), work stress and physical and emotional well-being. (2007) – 5 CD-ROMS with printable curriculum materials for Units 1-5, DVD with videos for Units 1-5.
Part of Time Warner Cable of NE Wisconsin’s “Bridging Hmong American” series aimed at helping the Hmong adjust to life in the U.S. Mee Her discusses the relationship of self esteem to goal setting. She describes how goal setting and knowing what you are working toward help in attaining goals in both your career and family life. In addition, she shares personal experiences she has had in working on her education and developing a career. (1993) – VHS VIDEO (Hmong Language) (27:00). (Bridging Hmong American Series)
Part of Time Warner Cable of NE Wisconsin’s “Bridging Hmong American” series aimed at helping the Hmong adjust to life in the U.S. Elizabeth Kirton, Associate Director of the Fresno Center for New Americans shares insights and ideas about self esteem for Hmong families. She shares key ideas about self esteem and what factors influence self esteem. In addition she makes suggestions about how we can help our family and friends to feel better about themselves. (1993) – VHS VIDEO (Hmong Language) (28:00). (Bridging Hmong American Series)
Based on the best-selling business book, “Who Moved My Cheese?” is a simple parable that teaches a way to deal with change in your work and in your life. It is the story of 4 characters who live in a “Maze” and look for “Cheese” to nourish them and make them happy. “Cheese” is a metaphor for what we want in life…good job, loving relationship, money, peace of mind. “The Maze” is where we look for what we want…the organization we live in, family, community. In the story the characters are faced with unexpected change and deal with it in a variety of ways. In the process they discover how to deal with change so they can enjoy more success and less stress. (1999) – VHS VIDEOCASSETTE (13:00), PRINT MATERIALS, WHO MOVED MY CHEESE? (Up to 45 copies of the book may be borrowed for the audience – takes less than an hour to read) **When you order – please specify whether or not you’d like the book to be sent with the video, as well as how many copies you need.**