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Classes and Training
Thrive provides state employees and their families with information and opportunities to learn, grow and enrich their lives for the better. Our classes are designed to make credible information easily accessible and to have it delivered from a trusted source. Training and development classes are open to all state employees every semester. Our additional programs are available for state employees and state education employees via live webinar and will be made available on YouTube after the initial webinar.
Lunch and Learn Offerings
Please Note: For Thrive staff to come on location, there must be a minimum of 20 attendees present.
- Effective Stress Management
This topic will cover what causes stress, how it affects our physical and emotional well-being and how to recognize signs and symptoms. Attendees will learn and practice effective techniques that can help to manage, improve and control the stress they face whether at work or home.
- Navigating Life and Work
This presentation will guide attendees on how to use strategies and build critical skills to navigate the demands of life and work. Navigating Life and Work will give those who attend the opportunity to discover what is needed to be healthy, happy and energized each and every day.
- The Key Sources of Energy that Fuel You
We run ourselves full speed ahead with no rest or downtime which makes us feel disengaged, overwhelmed and unproductive. Most U.S. employees and their families are facing this each and every day and are running on an empty tank of energy. This presentation will teach participants the 4 key energy needs that fuel each of us and how participants can increase their capacity in the workplace and beyond.
- Maintain a Healthy Brain by Simple Lifestyle Choices
This topic will cover the health and functioning of our brain as we go through the aging process. Just by moving a little, knowing which foods affect the brain and the act of being mindful can maintain and improve our learning and cognition. You will learn that no matter how old one gets, you can still generate new brain cells.
Contact Thrive at Thrive@omes.ok.gov to request a lunch and learn presentation.