Wellness Resources

If you would like to learn more about wellness and how to enhance and improve it, following are some of Rose’s favorite resources.

Of course, if you haven’t already read Rose’s book Workplace Wellness: Performance with a Purpose, that’s an excellent place to begin.

Dr. Gail Wagnild’s website ResilienceScale.com provides an online tool for testing your resilience.

Dr. Milena Tatic Bajich’s SPARC Seminars grew out of a desire to promote wellness and healing in large groups. Visit her website at sparcseminars.com for more information.

The Resilience Reporter blog publishes resilience-related news and information.

The HealthyPeople.gov website’s Sharing Library contains stories from the field — reports from communities and professionals about how they’ve implemented healthy initiatives.

How does the brain work? What are the implications of how it works upon how we use it? Dr. John Medina describes Brain Rules — and how to use them — in his book Brain Rules and his website BrainRules.net.

Kevin Kruse writes and speaks on “wholehearted leadership for employee engagement.”

Eat Move Sleep is the title of Tom Rath’s latest book, the name of his website, and virtually his mantra for improving our health.

The Gabriel Instititute provides information, resources, and services regarding teams, based on over 25 years of research and study by founders Dr. Janice Presser and Dr. Jack Gerber. Among their innovations is Teamability®, a measurement of the ability to connect with others to form a productive team.

HPLive offers free weekly webinars with nationally and internationally recognized experts on topics important to professionals in and around health and wellness, through their website at HPLive.org