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April 12, 2021

Tips and tools for hosting trivia at work

Playing trivia as a group is a great way to take a break and have fun together. Especially while some co-workers work on-site and others work remotely, trivia over Zoom is easy to set up and engage everyone at the same time. It's even easier because we created a downloadable PowerPoint file that easily allows you to host a fun, yet challenging game of trivia inspired by Jeopardy.  

April 12, 2021

Four ways to host a watch party for one of our events

Planning to attend one of our events? Invite your colleagues too and let our event kickstart a conversation about well-being—a conversation you can continue directly with your co-workers if you'd like. Consider everyone's schedule and whether watching live or another time would work best for everyone. After each of our calendar events, you'll find replay videos listed the next day.

April 10, 2021

Discovering and living your values

As we move forward with our well-being, we may be asking ourselves questions like:

April 09, 2021

Connecting with Colleagues and Giving Praise

It is important to take time to connect with our co-workers and show appreciation to each other for all that we contribute to the University of Kentucky. Technology is an essential part of the modern workplace and has made this easier than ever. Whether we are physically distanced or not, the programs and apps we use almost every day allow us to continue to connect. As campus (and the world) continue to open back up, we know that technology will continue to permeate our lives. Let's use it to our advantage.