Wellness in the Workplace
A great emphasis on employee health and wellness has emerged in the past decade or so, and for good reason. Besides providing health and wellness support simply because it is the right thing to do, healthy and happy workers typically perform better, have fewer sick days and report increased job satisfaction.
One cannot talk about servant leadership without discussing Robert K. Greenleaf, the first person to coin this phrase. Servant Leadership is an ancient concept, but the concept was not given a name until modern times. Greenleaf named this concept through his published essay in 1970…
The Relationship Between Compassion & Integrity Creates Vital Training Program
Big ideas often come from humble beginnings, which makes sense as we reflect on how two Life University (Life U) colleagues came together in a College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies (CGUS) office to discuss ideas on compassion and integrity, which would lead to a…
Calming the Mind and Quieting the Thoughts
Scrolling, scrolling, scrolling … our brains are inundated with tons of information on a moment-to-moment basis whether we are scrolling through social media platforms, streaming services, news articles, recipes or other information that we have available at our fingertips 24/7. There are so many distractions, stressors and overall stimuli that can put our minds and thoughts into overload
Did you know Life U’s Compassionate Integrity Training was Recommended for all University Students in India?
A self-directed learning (SDL) version of Compassionate Integrity Training (CIT), developed by the Life University (Life U) Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics (CCISE), has been recommended for all university students in India by its Ministry of Education, according to CCISE Associate Director Dr. Michael Karlin.
LIFE UNIVERSITY’S COMPASSIONATE INTEGRITY TRAINING RECOMMENDED FOR ALL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN INDIA
Marietta, Georgia, June 25, 2021 – A self-directed learning (SDL) version of Compassionate Integrity Training (CIT), developed by the Life University (LIFE) Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics (CCISE), has been recommended for all university students in India by its Ministry of Education, according to CCISE Associate Director Dr. Michael Karlin.
LIFE UNIVERSITY ALUMNA DR. MELANIE CRIPPS AWARDED BY PEERS
Nashville, Tennessee, December 14, 2020 – Life University Alumna Dr. Melanie Cripps of Carthage has been honored with the 2020 Rising Chiropractor of the Year award by the Tennessee Chiropractic Association (TCA), the state’s largest professional organization for chiropractors.
LIFE UNIVERSITY’S COMPASSIONATE INTEGRITY TRAINING MARKS HISTORIC YEAR
Marietta, Georgia, December 11, 2020 – Amid a year full of global challenges, 2020 demonstrated the incredible capacity of humanity to show compassion.
COMPASSIONATE INTEGRITY TRAINING GLOBAL LESSON IN SEL REACHES THOUSANDS OF VIEWERS ON U.N. INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE
Marietta, Georgia, September 23, 2020 – The Life University (LIFE) Center for Compassion, Integrity, and Secular Ethics (CCISE), in partnership with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP) and the Charter for Compassion, hosted nearly 4,000 participants on September 21, the U.N. International Day of Peace, for a Compassionate Integrity Training Global Lesson in Social and Emotional Learning.
Enroll in Virtual Lesson in SEL from Life U and UNESCO MGIEP
Registration for the “Calming Body and Mind” virtual lesson from CIT opened August 12, the United Nation’s International Day of Youth, and the lesson launches September 21, 2020 (International Day of Peace and the 75th anniversary of the United Nations) as we aim to build the world’s largest course in SEL.