Wellbeing at work projects range from studying the wellbeing of rural health care providers, clergy and their families, teachers, and humanitarian workers.
It explores the following themes: vocation, purpose, wholeness, engagement, commitment, meaning, and impact. If you would like to partner with us on our Caring for the Caregivers, Flourishing in Ministry, or Lifelong Wellbeing projects, please contact us.
Caring for Caregivers explores wellbeing among people who work for humanitarian organizations, NGOs, charities, philanthropies, and other groups dedicated to improving the lives of those in need.
Focused on the wellbeing of clergy and their families, Flourishing in Ministry examines what motivates pastors and priests to be engaged in ministry—and what disrupts them from experiencing wellbeing in their work. In our research, we attempt to explore how clergy—often working with lean resources—can give so much to others, and experience a sense of fulfillment and growth in their daily work lives.
What makes work a calling? How do work experiences and expectations change over our lifespan? How can we harmonize our work-life balance and transform discouraging work into a creative, dynamic, and flourishing experience? Lifelong Wellbeing projects answer these questions and more.