campus wellness webinar

The TUC Human Resources Department, Academic Leadership Team, Staff Council, and Faculty Senate are excited to offer an upcoming Campus Wellness Webinar Series presented by Mr. Matthew Verdecchia, MS, Senior Trainer/Organizational Development at HealthAdvocate.

Open to all TUC faculty and staff.

Upcoming Webinars

November 3, 2020, 12-1pm
Resiliency: Moving Forward in Changing Times

Objectives:

    • What is Resiliency
    • Help Take Ownership of You
    • Characterstics of Reslient People
    • Why it Matters

To register, visit https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_QxAh84EpRk6cq-FNMG0Qkg

November 18, 2020, 12-1pm
Managing Time and Setting Boundaries

Ojbectives:

    • Starting Your Day
    • Create a Schedule
    • Setting Boundaries

To register, visit https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ripE6UKCQ7iBfOqxxT2fjA

December 2, 2020, 12-1pm
Quarantine Fatigue: Coping with Burnout

Ojbectives:

    • Recognizing Signs of Burnout
    • Consequences of Burnout
    • Burnout vs. Depression vs. Fatigue
    • Strategies for Coping with Change
    • Holistic Solutions

To register, visit https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vUrVHV-4TKizDocts_VMzA

                                                                     

About Matthew Verdecchia

Matthew Verdecchia, MS, Senior Trainer/Organizational Development, EAP Work/Life Division
Matthew (Matt) Verdecchia has been in the field of Behavioral Health & Science for over 35 years with the last 20+ years devoted to supporting Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) with HealthAdvocate.

With a diverse background to include: Sales and Marketing, Account Management, Training and
Development, Organizational Development, Employee Relations, Human Resources and Mediation.
Matt offers clients a unique and targeted perspective to support their needs. Supporting clients in the areas of Violence Prevention (Domestic & Workplace), Harassment, and Emotional Health and
Wellbeing are areas in which Matt is most passionate about.

Matt has been recognized by SHRM (Society of Human Resource Management) as a Top 25 National Conference Speaker. He has also been featured on an “Ask the Expert” series where he addresses ways to support stress management in the workplace.

Matt received his Master in Science Degree from Villanova University and Bachelors in Science Degree in Psychology/Biology from St. Francis University (Formerly St. Francis College, in Loretto, PA).