Human Resources

Healthy Hawks

Intellectual Well-Being

Intellectual well-being refers to remaining curious about the world around us. It not only includes identifying areas of improvement, but also learning and applying new skills and knowledge that grows an employee’s ability to assess situations and make healthy and safe decisions. Being open minded and willing to hear others’ perspectives is an important step toward intellectual wellness.

  • Critical Thinking: Clear, rational, open-minded approach to analyzing information 

  • Curiosity: A desire to learn and be open to new experiences 

  • Lifelong Learning: The state of remaining open to new experience throughout the life span

  • Safety: Awareness and understanding of potential risks associated with the physical environments around us, and utilizing knowledge and experience to make healthy and high moral decisions

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