Instructor Karen Alarie discusses the 4 components of FISH! philosophy.
Does the word “fun” come to mind when you think of your job? If not, our Finding the Fun at Work with FISH! Workshop to Go helps cultivate creativity, innovation, and fun in the workplace using four simple concepts.
On November 26th, 2019, school nutrition staff members at Foxborough High School gathered to participate in the Finding the Fun at Work with FISH! Workshop to Go presented by Karen Alarie, MEd, SNS from The John C. Stalker Institute. This workshop strives to promote creating passion and engagement in the workplace using the FISH! Philosophy.
Through this workshop, staff members learned how to use the FISH! Philosophy to build an energetic and innovative work environment through three primary objectives:
- Recognize the value of being engaged in the workplace.
- Identify the 4 practices of the FISH! Philosophy.
- Be There
- Make Their Day
- Choose Your Attitude
- Apply each of the 4 FISH! Practices to address issues in the workplace.
Foxborough High School nutrition staff members fill out stinky fish workshop activity.
Together, the school nutrition staff members brainstormed ways to cultivate an energetic workplace in their school using methods that fit the FISH! Philosophy. Some suggestions from staff members included thanking and acknowledging polite students, dancing along to music in the workplace, or holding competitions to invite students to name menu items.
You can read about further experiences with this workshop here. Learn more about how to bring the Finding Fun at Work with FISH! workshop to your school on the JSI website.
The team of culinary instructors at The John C. Stalker Institute gathered for a test run of the new Back to Basics: Indian Fare Workshop to Go which will be available in early 2020.
JSI Chef Brendan demonstrates key components of new Indian Fare culinary workshop.
Like our other globally-inspired culinary workshops, Indian Fare is designed to spice up your menu with a taste of India and entice your students with a customizable Build-Your-Own Indian dish! This hands-on culinary workshop is designed to advance the culinary skills of school staff and give them the skills and confidence to make delicious recipes, such as tandoori chicken, chana masala, aloo gobi, and much more!
Here is a sneak peek of a few of the new, flavor-filled recipes to be featured in the new Indian Fare workshop.
Keep an eye out in January for the new professional development brochure which will feature Back to Basics: Indian Fare and other new workshops for 2020! Request a culinary Workshop to Go on the JSI webpage and bring training directly to your staff this school year. Let’s get cooking!