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Harness the benefits of mindfulness at this workshop

Learn how you can reduce stress and increase your effectiveness by adopting mindfulness practices in daily life: Sign up for Mindfulness at UCOP today.

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How daydreaming may boost creativity

Science suggests that mind-wandering freely to more pleasant and playful thoughts may improve our mood and foster creativity.

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LinkedIn Learning May challenge: Mindset matters

LinkedIn Learning’s May Challenge, kicking off May 11, focuses on the power of positive thinking and how to foster a growth mindset.

Foster your well-being, stress relief and balance with upcoming learning opportunities

Upcoming courses and an OPSA-sponsored event can help support your sense of well-being during this trying time.

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Perfect the art of calm with mindfulness training

Learn to reduce stress and increase your effectiveness by adopting mindfulness practices in daily life.

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Attend a free virtual New Year’s Eve meditation with UCLA

End 2020 with a free virtual meditation session produced by the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center.

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The telecommute continues: Learn and excel

UCOP’s Learning and Development team continues to offer a number of courses that are geared towards supporting employees during their telecommute experience. Check out these offerings for the month of August.

Hot July classes for self- and career-development

There’s never been a better time to invest in yourself. Check out these great courses from UCOP Learning and Development.

Boost your career with summer classes and workshops

Mark your calendar for a variety of professional development opportunities — Zoom, Box, mindfulness and more.

Less stress is just a few breaths away

Breathing in through your nose and out through your mouth has been scientifically proven to reduce stress. A UCLA Nobel-Prize-winning scientist shares why.