Course Overview

Description of the Event:  Have you ever thought about how making small, tiny tweaks to your work environment or the way you work could result in more meaningful and values-focused work? Job crafting allows you to take an active role in making changes to and shaping a work experience that supports your well-being. Join me for this special event during which I will provide an overview of job crafting-what it is, how to use it, and how to support it as a leader/supervisor. I will also share what I learned from my research on job crafting and how using job crafting related to burnout and other measures of well-being within a sample of behavior analysts. Attendees will have the opportunity to reflect, brainstorm, and discuss ways in which they can use job crafting as practitioners to create a more meaningful and personally valuable work experience that supports their well-being.

Number of Learning CEUs: 2; Certified behavior analysts can earn 2 Learning CEUs for watching the recording, responding to the Course Evaluation and Feedback form, and completing the CEU Survey. 

Attendance Procedure: Attendance/verification codes will be shown and read during and at the end of the video recording. Attendees will need to enter these codes into the CEU Survey.

Course Covers the Following Behavior Analysis Content: Theory, Practice, Research

Course is Designed For: Professional Behavior Analysts, BCBAs/BCBA-Ds, and BCaBAs. This event is also open to others open to others with an interest in the use of job crafting to improve work-related wellbeing.

Course Level: Intermediate

Access Duration: Course is available to purchasers for a duration of 7 days.

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of the course, attendees will be able to:

  • Describe at least four types of job crafting.

  • Identify examples of target behaviors within categories of job crafting.

  • Describe research findings related to the relationship between job crafting and measures of employee well-being.

  • Give examples of how job crafting can be integrated into one's work.

  • Create a goal related to at least one, action-oriented job "tweak" that will be implemented into one's work.

Course Curriculum

  1. 1
    • Watch the Recording: Crafting Your Well-Being at Work

  2. 2
    • Event Evaluation: Crafting Your Well-Being at Work

  3. 3
    • CE Survey: Crafting Your Well-Being at Work


Lead Instructor

Julie Slowiak

Julie M. Slowiak, Ph.D., BCBA-D is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Minnesota Duluth, Executive Director of the Behavior Analysis in Health, Sport, and Fitness SIG, a non-profit organization, and Founder of InJewel LLC, a values-focused coaching and consulting company. Julie earned a B.A. in Psychology and Organizational Communication, M.A. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and Ph.D. in Behavior Analysis. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral. Julie's research, teaching, and applied work focus on designing physical and social environments to support individual and organizational health, performance, and wellbeing. Her research blends her training in applied behavior analysis and organizational behavior management with topics studied in the fields of occupational health psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, and applied sports psychology.