Published: March 29, 2017
Man working at desk

If you’re draining yourself in the process of getting the job done, that’s not sustainable—for you or your organization. With increasing pressure to do more with less, how can you work in natural, healthy ways to ensure you fulfill your purpose without draining your most important resource—you?

If you go
Who: Faculty and staff
What: "Personal Sustainability: How You Work Is Just as Important as What You Do"
When: Tuesday, April 18, noon to 1 p.m.
Where: University Memorial Center (UMC), room 245
RSVP: Email Connie North

On Tuesday, April 18, join an interactive session to learn how to use the obstacles and challenges you face in your job to gain insight and new ideas about what you can change and practical ways to do that right where you are.

Lunch will be provided, courtesy of Elevations Credit Union.

The workshop is presented by Christine Gust from Create Satisfying Work. Gust's background includes a Doctor of Naturopathy from Clayton College of Natural Health, an MBA from University of Houston and a BBA in management from University of Louisiana. Prior to having her own practice, she spent 15 years as a human resources manager in several Fortune 500 organizations.

Please email Connie North at to register.