All Members – Wellbeing Fitness Challenge
Going through times of crisis and increased stress or anxiety, many of us move into autopilot. We keep working, we keep functioning, but our own wellbeing takes a back seat to our work and our students.
The AEU Executive has initiated the Wellbeing Fitness Challenge program for you to help you continue as a professional and healthy individual. But to be effective it requires your participation. The program is led by Mick Walsh, an expert with great experience in educator wellbeing. Mick has been a school leader and has worked in educator wellbeing for many years. Importantly, he genuinely cares deeply about you and your wellbeing.
2020 Health and Wellbeing Schedule
Wellbeing Fitness Challenge 1
Tasmanian educators – give yourself a few minutes to participate in this important wellbeing activity. This is week 1 of a wellbeing initiative from AEU Tasmania Branch.
Have you ever wondered what other people experience when they meet you? Get out of autopilot and jump into this wellbeing activity.
Wellbeing Fitness Challenge 2
For Week 2, we are moving to self kindness and gratitude as a path to better wellbeing for all of us.
Make sure you participate to feel the benefit of this program. Watch the video and download the two worksheets – share your ‘feel good menus’ and messages of gratitude to Tasmanian health workers via our Facebook page here.
Wellbeing Fitness Challenge 3
For Week 3, we are making choices for our own wellbeing. Our choices shape our lives, please choose to take a few minutes and participate in this important activity.
Wellbeing Fitness Challenge 4
For Week 4, we are working on our sense of purpose. Purpose is what allows us to do what we do with passion.
A sense of purpose is the difference between just getting by and making a life, feeling greater happiness and life satisfaction, higher levels of physical and mental health and a greater sense of control in your life. Choose to take a few minutes and participate in this important activity.
Wellbeing Fitness Challenge 5
“I haven’t got time!” Sound familiar? Move to a healthier mindset in Week 5 of the Wellbeing Fitness Challenge and contest negative mind chatter.
The Big Four pillars determine your state of health – check the strength of your pillars and do one thing for each of these pillars this week.
Wellbeing Fitness Challenge 6
Elevate yourself and your wellbeing with Mick Walsh from The Learning Curve.
For week 6, ponder the ingredients for self acceptance and set intentional actions to bring them to life.
Wellbeing Fitness Challenge 7
“If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you” – so join Mick Walsh from The Learning Curve for this week’s Wellbeing Fitness Challenge.
You may have to leave your comfort zone and challenge yourself to learn and try new, more difficult and intelligent things. Give it a try!
Wellbeing Fitness Challenge 8
Do you feel connected, protected and respected? This week’s Wellbeing Fitness Challenge looks at the Seven C’s: Connection, Confidence, Certainty, Contribution, Control, Celebration and Culture.
Mick Walsh from The Learning Curve will take you through the Seven C’s to explore motivation, trust, purpose and wellbeing.
Wellbeing Fitness Challenge 9
Find out about the ROCC of Trust leadership model in this week’s Wellbeing Fitness Challenge. It’s a roadmap to provide reliable, open, competent and compassionate leadership to others.
Wellbeing Fitness Challenge 10
Safety and growth are both necessities in our lives if we’re going to show up. Rate how well you show up for nine aspects of growth and safety using this week’s worksheet