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Investing in Employee Excellence and Wellness Programs

THREE POPULAR 60 MINUTE game show2
 GAME SHOWS

The WCU Jeopardy Game Show
puts your WCU knowledge to work and will strengthen your WCU pride.  Categories include academics, buildings, history, student life, around town, and more!
  
The Office Space Game Show enables you to work in teams and find out fun and factual things you may not have know about your co-workers.  Show you team spirit by filling out a questionnaire and have it turned into your own game show!
  
The Generation Who? Game Show challenges teams to share perspectives across the generations.  Learn the facts from four amazing generations.
  
To schedule 'Al Morale' to come to your staff or committee meeting, contact  mnece@wcupa.edu or 610.738.0476

Treasure MapTHE 90 MINUTE TREASURE
HUNT ADVENTURE

Go adventuring on the academic quad with only your satchel and your team.  Together you will be challenged to complete five activities across campus to strengthen your creativity, problem solving, and communication skills.  Unlock your "sweet" reward when you mix hard work with fun and adventure! Contact mnece@wcupa.edu to request your date of adventure!

Employee Testimonials:

Office Space Game Show:

  • I feel even closer to everyone, and I’ll work to apply some of the ideas that came out of the game show.

The WCU Treasure Hunt:

  • I loved sharing these experiences with colleagues and seeing them in action during the activities.

Overall:

  • It was great and probably the best retreat that I’ve ever attended.

 

HOW TO MOVE YOURSELF AND OTHERS THOUGH CHANGE changeopposed

WATCH this video.  Become motivated to change what you need changed! (Change Anything can be found in our OD Library along with over 200 books and audios) 
 
If you are change opposed, there are eight ways to help yourself and others rapidly move through change.

1. Remind yourself and others of past successes.
2. Focus on the rewards (or other possible rewards) of shifting.
3. If working through uncertainty, ask them what they would like to see at the end of the process.
4. Keep negative feedback solution focused.
5. Be aware of where you and others are in the change process. The Satir Change Model (see above) is a highly regarded process model used in both family counseling and organizational development.
6. Remind yourself that change is cyclical and a part of everyday life. If you are not changing, you are not giving yourself the opportunity to grow and learn from it.
7. Support the change agent so that you can stay informed of progress and help in the communication efforts.

8. Remind yourself why you are helping others move through change. Help the team (and yourself) get through the chaos to the new status quo faster!


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