Focusing on the present can have a positive impact on our wellbeing.
Mindfulness can reduce anxiety and depression, lower blood pressure, and improve sleep.
In a world that often feels out of control, there is an increased movement toward mindfulness.
Dr. Camille Tatum Jones, PMP, LMSW, CEAP, will lead a series of training classes on mindfulness and wellbeing during Federally Employed Women’s (FEW) National Training Program (NTP) on July 10-14 in Columbus, Ohio.
FEW’s NTP offers more than 110 classes in five tracks that include professional development, office technology and administration, leadership and culture, employee experience, as well as mindfulness and wellness. All courses align with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Executive Core Competencies (i.e. leading people, leading change, business acumen, result driven and building coalitions).
Dr. Tatum Jones is a recognized behavioral scientist in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area whose cross-over aptitude allows her to be both an individual and organizational transformation change agent. This mediator, author, coach, facilitator, interventionist and engagement specialist oversees a flagship Federal Occupational Health and Work/life balance program where she has become a standout corporate cultural transformation advisor and advocate for wellness in the workplace via Employee Assistance Programming.
Register today for the mindfulness and wellbeing courses with Dr. Jones:
- A Sense of Life Control - Knowing your Emotional Wellbeing. Tuesday, 7/11, 11:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. Register Today—only 40 seats. (Not a member yet? Click here.) With the many life changes in the past few years, it has been more important to know your emotional wellbeing. This panel will cover subjects around the idea of emotional wellbeing, including mindfulness, social connections, networking and support, spiritual and environmental factors. We will also explore the importance of resilience and laughter in today's world. (Mindfulness and Wellbeing 1502)
- Mental Fitness: Healthy Thinking in the Workplace. Tuesday, 7/11, 4:15 - 5:15 P.M. Register Today—only 40 seats. (Not a member yet? Click here.) Today, employers across all industries are encouraged to consider mental fitness as much as physical fitness when designing an employee benefits plan. As the COVID-19 pandemic showed, mental fitness is just as important as physical fitness. This session will show some ways to protect your employees' mental health in difficult times. (Mindfulness and Wellbeing 1503)
FEW helps more than one million women in the military and civilian workforce become strategic leaders with its four-pillar program: training, legislation, diversity, and compliance. Since 1968, the nonprofit has advocated for equity and diversity for women. FEW works toward advancing women in the government with cutting-edge training, nationwide networking, and invaluable insight. For more information, please visit FEW.org.