The FSAP offers University of Miami workgroups on-site programming that is designed to engage faculty and staff in behaviors which support health and well-being.  Programming is also available for managers and supervisors who wish to develop their own capacity to appropriately support their employees individualized wellness goals.

Energy Management

Develop your team’s capacity to manage their personal energy expenditures.  Discover the importance of pacing and its role in sustaining high performance.  Many of us work through our days behaving in ways that do not support, sustain, or maximize our personal energy needs.  We lack the knowledge and skills required to recoup our momentum and find ourselves experiencing energy depletions which ultimately hamper our capacity to perform efficiently.  Participants explore the importance of managing their energy levels to remain resourceful and review techniques for harnessing energy to become refreshed and perform at optimal levels.  Seminar offerings are available to faculty and staff, as well as, managers and supervisors.

Seminars include:
          •  Are You Headed for an Energy Crisis?
          •  Energy Management for Managers

Mindful “U”

Develop your team’s capacity to foster Mindfulness practices.  Mindfulness offers great opportunity for the cultivation of personal well-being through awareness and consciousness building.  Individuals who engage in mindfulness practices develop the ability to tap into their internal resources for learning, growing, and healing as well as sharpen workgroup function.  Seminars are structured to review basic tenets of mindfulness and offer opportunity to practice mindful awareness.  Seminar offerings are available to faculty and staff, as well as, managers and supervisors.

Seminar offered:
          •  Mindful Living
          •  Random Acts of Kindness in the Workplace

Stress Management

Develop your team’s capacity to manage stress.  This programming provides participants with an understanding of common workplace stressors and offers helpful suggestions for developing creative responses.  Effective stress management techniques are reviewed and practiced to assist participants in developing their ability to rehearse and retain useful skills.  Seminar offerings are available to faculty and staff, as well as, managers and supervisors.

Seminars include:
          •  Weathering Change in the Workplace
          •  Managing Workplace Stress
          •  Managing Workplace Stress for Managers
          •  Relaxation Training

Violence and Suicide Prevention

Develop your team’s capacity to understand the source of workplace violence and explore guidelines for its prevention.  While employees have a fundamental responsibility to protect themselves and their fellow co-workers, the majority are not equipped with the knowledge to recognize subtle or passive forms of disruptive behaviors.   While there is no sure way of knowing when someone will resort to a violent act, frequently there are signs which indicate an individual is at risk.  These offerings aim to sharpen a work-group’s capacity to detect troubling behaviors and evaluate options for accessing help.  Seminar offerings are available to faculty and staff, as well as, managers and supervisors.

Seminars include:
          •  Preventing Workplace Violence
          •  Depression and Suicide Prevention

Wellness at Work

Develop your team’s capacity to incorporate health and wellness practices into the workplace.  This programming provides participants with a basic understanding of wellness and the significance of developing workplace practices which support health and well-being.  Employee and manager alike gain an appreciation for the importance of wellness to discover it is in everyone’s best interest to remain healthy.  After all, healthy and satisfied University employees yield an engaged, loyal and productive workforce.  Seminar offerings are available to faculty and staff, as well as, managers and supervisors.

Seminars include:
          •  Developing Your Path to Health and Well-being
          •  Developing the Wellness Manager in You