Watch the recording of our conversation with Wellbeing Blueprint signer the Right Question Institute, who is working to build a more just and equitable democracy.
Wellbeing is the set of needs and experiences essential, in combination and balance, to weather challenges and have health and hope. Learn more in this video introduction.
The U.S. should be a country where everyone has a fair shot at opportunity, and to thrive. But let's be real: that's not the case. Watch this video to learn more.
Our brains are hard-wired to make assumptions all the time. Watch this short video that explains how these assumptions can undermine wellbeing.
Even in organizations who have an intentional focus on equity, the typical approach to hiring and recruitment can bring up many unintentional biases. Learn how FFI leaned into our values to redesign the hiring process and try on new approaches to upend potential bias.
Every change comes with both benefits and consequences. These are called tradeoffs. Watch this video to learn how tradeoffs work in practice
Science and human experience tells us we all are driven to meet our needs in five domains of wellbeing: social connectedness, safety, stability, mastery and meaningful access to relevant resources. This short video reviews how we all use tradeoffs when making decisions big and small in our day-to-day lives.
Watch the recording of the conversation with Wellbeing Blueprint signer June Holley who has been weaving networks, helping others weave networks and writing about networks for over 40 years.
Watch the recording with the Wellbeing Blueprint and Laura Van Zandt, the executive director of REACH Beyond Domestic Violence in Massachusetts, around how systems can better support the wellbeing of survivors and actions anyone can take to prevent and disrupt domestic violence.
Watch the recording with the Wellbeing Blueprint and Alex Schneider, senior manager on the Youth Justice Initiatives team at Columbia University’s Justice Lab, to discuss his vision for the future of youth justice and meaningful actions anyone can take to push for real transformation.
Watch the recording with Wellbeing Blueprint signer, Tamara Bauman, housing advocate with Solid Ground in Seattle, WA for a discussion about innovations in the housing justice movement, centering community in housing policy and actions anyone can take to advance housing as a human right.
Marcus's story illustrates how a wellbeing orientation and understanding tradeoffs can transform outcomes.