You spend the best hours of your life at work. It is easy for days and weeks to blur and for our work to be reduced to transactions. Join colleagues for a luncheon and workshop to reframe work as an opportunity to grow into the particular person you are designed to be. By cultivating virtue through what we do, we build additional layers of meaning beyond our output into the best hours of our lives. Learn how Pepperdine provides the freedom of all community members to work and live authentically in support of our mission. A delicious Bon Appetit lunch will be provided following the workshop. Space is limited.
This fall, the Hub for Spiritual Life offers two spiritual practice sessions to the Pepperdine community. John Peterson, Associate Director of Pepperdine's Center for Faith and Learning, and Associate Professor of English for Seaver College, and Zac Luben, Associate Chaplain for Partners, will lead us through two workshops designed to better cultivate a sense of spirituality in our lives and where we stand with God today.
October 28, 2021 | 12 PM | Learning and Development Workshop: Specifically designed for employees who are newer to the workplace, this workshop will give practical advice on adjusting to and thriving in an office setting here at Pepperdine. Whether this is your first job out of college, you are returning after a time away, or you feel like you may benefit from a refresher, this workshop will give you the guidance and the tools you need to gain the professional edge from the start. Please join Human Resources' Greyson Orellana for this workshop.
September 2, 2021 | 11 AM | This interactive session will uncover the dynamics that both hinder and foster greater ingenuity and organizational innovation. Attendees will also learn ways to unlock their own creative potential that will ignite deeper professional and personal transformation.
Rescheduled: August 26, 2021 | 3:30 PM | During this presentation, Kaiser Permanente physician Dr. Prasanth Manthena will go over the importance of sleep, and provide tips on how to achieve better sleep. He will also go over the most common sleep disorders, sleep apnea, insomnia, and restless leg. And provide details on what these disorders look like, and how they are diagnosed and treated. We hope you can join us.
In partnership with the University's IT Training team, the Thrive Wellness Program is excited to introduce yet another wellness benefit to you as a University employee.
This webinar will cover attacker methods and motivation as well as how to "check the doors and windows are locked" on your home computer, network and remote work office. Three major topics are covered including: Home Cyber Security, Remote Work Cyber Security and Tools for Secure Remote work. The latter section will show you how simple it is to use our seven remote tools.
You need to plan for all aspects of your retirement in order to be fully prepared. This webinar series offers critical information into several areas that are each critical to a successful, sustainable plan for the transition to and through retirement. Specifically curated for those nearing retirement or age 55+.
Mr. William Harvey, a Holocaust Survivor, will share his unique personal testimony, which will inspire you with his bravery and fortitude. From his experiences, attendees will also learn principles of empathy and compassion by way of the personal experience faced by Mr. Harvey.
What is a living trust? A living trust is designed to allow for the easy transfer of the trust creator's assets, while bypassing the complex and expensive legal process of probate. Living trust agreements designate a trustee who holds legal possession of assets and property that flow into the trust.