You see the giant footprints the moment you walk through the door. The conference room is a swirling mess of tension, heaviness, anxiety, and peanut shells. Something is very wrong with your team. Everybody knows it, but nobody is talking about it.
Well Read Cougs is completely FREE and open to all WSU alumni and friends. Together we will read a book every ten weeks and participate in an online discussion space with the freedom to participate as much as you like, whenever it fits into your schedule, and from wherever.
Join the WSU Alumni Association Palouse Chapter Cougs and the WSU Retirees Association for a special opportunity to mix and mingle with WSU Football Coach Jake Dickert at the Football Operations Building on Friday, August 5 at 9:45 a.m. Pacific
Have you ever dreamed of doing something you love while making a difference in the lives around you? Or serving a customer base also affecting positive change? Or, even, just doing what you love with those you want to spend time with most?
The world was in a loneliness crisis long before Covid-19.
As human beings, our brains are wired for connection. The feelings of disconnectedness people face today—isolation within our families, digital addiction, emotional trauma— hold worrying consequences for our mental well-being.