WorkWell is a major, long-term program of research designed to understand and support the wellbeing of helping and care giving professionals. We study international development workers, global health professionals, educators, clergy, and other care-giving professions. As part of our on-going research project we have gathered surveys from thousands of individuals and conducted lifenarrative interviews with several hundred humanitarian workers in the field. We are gathering daily life information from care givers to learn more about how work life unfolds day-by-day.
We live in the most connected society in history. But are we flourishing?
What if we could help each other take small steps to turn those trends around?
A recently published study in the Journal of Psychology and Theology by researchers at Fuller Theological Seminary use Flourishing in Ministry data. We reprint the abstract here: This study examined the role of both valued living and person–organization values-fit in clergy well-being utilizing an archival sample of 845 Wesleyan
We are going to start sharing selected writings, ideas, podcasts, etc from people and organizations outside of our research team. These will be voices we have confidence in, knowing that what they are communicating resonates well with our research and the broader scientific literature on wellbeing. Three stand out as
We are very happy to announce that our newest IOS app is available on the Apple Store. There are a number of improvements, including several new wise wellbeing practices and a better user interface. Clicking the “App Store” logo should take you to our WorkWell app. We hope that the
Our WorkWell user portal and app will be unavailable during the construction period from November 11 through early 2020. If you would like to be notified when we release our newest app and website, please click here and provide us with your contact information. We will be sure to send