Spirituality has long been a dimension in a holistic approach to well-being, but employers have traditionally been reluctant to address it. Higher education organizations tend to lead the way when it comes to implementing evidence-based best practices in workplace and student well-being, including the incorporation of spiritual well-being. This interactive session explores how large state universities have integrated spiritual well-being as part of their holistic and comprehensive approach to well-being. Special attention will be paid to how offerings have been adapted to support an increasingly virtual and hybrid workforce across a dispersed organization.
After completing this session, participants will be able to:
1. Identify potential programs, services, and resources to support spiritual well-being for a diverse workforce.
2. Identify potential measures that assess spiritual well-being needs and demonstrate program impact and value.
3. Identify ways to adapt spiritual well-being supports to meet diverse population and business needs.