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Who is Writing?
Dr. Morghan Vélez Young-Alfaro, Ph.D.
Wellness in High Stress Careers
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Introduction Adding a program, subtracting a service, entering into an initiative or partnership, or adding a new administrative role are some of the features of what is considered “change management.” There are many useful tools and resources available to support...read more
Introduction There are a lot of legitimate reasons some folks are not interested in talking about and/or engaging in Wellness. For example, you might hear: 1 | “I don’t want to be viewed as weak.” 2 | “I don’t need to worry about this right now.” 3 | “There’s...read more
Introduction Many of us in the nonprofit sector understand that we're too busy making community transformation happen to care about what we look like... and what our office spaces look like. Yet, this is a major downfall for the success of our teams. In a previous 2...read more
Introduction The grumbling about crappy consultants is legit, as long as you’ve fulfilled your role as co-leader with every contractual relationship. No one enjoys crappy relationships and end products, with a consultant or otherwise. But often there was no due...read more
IntroductionAny community-based organization can begin brining wellness practices into their organization.In this 2 Tips, we provide a means for onboarding and embedding wellness into your very busy and very mission-driven organization.Below, download and print the 8...read more
IntroductionLet’s have an official conversation about this. Many nonprofit, community-based organizations have toxic environments.You stay for a lot of practical reasons. Your paycheck and family’s welfare may be tied to accepting the toxicity. You may be early in...read more