Achieve Work/Life Balance Training

Training for balance in work and life

In today’s technology and face-paced world it is very difficult to maintain a sense of work/life balance. Work seems to penetrate into after hours and on weekends resulting in the feeling of being overwhelmed, stressed and a general lack of enthusiasm for life. The American Institute of Stress claims that stress is American’s number one health problem with work being the major culprit. Today workers need clarity, skills and education on how to attain and maintain work/life balance.

This workshop will focus on how workers can gain more work/life balance into their life. The first part will be to help participants to identify and clarify what work/life balance means to them. Then, through facilitated dialogue, the participants will discuss the challenges and barriers that impede work/life balance. In depth instruction is provided on how participants can use their electronic productivity tool (i.e. Outlook) to support their work/life balance strategies. Participants will also learn how to set attainable goals, prioritize and manage interruptions and procrastination during their day. To support work/life effectiveness goals, participants will also learn how to prioritize and plan their day/week. Upon completion of the class each participant will develop commitments and an action plan.

Learning Objectives

Define ‘work/life’ balance and how it applies to participants

Determine accountability triggers to support achieving work/life balance

Learn how to utilize Outlook and time management tools more effectively

Discover how to prioritize incorporating work/life balance strategies

Acquire the time to get high-priority and high-value action items done

Maintain work/life balance through effective daily and weekly planning

Learn to manage interruptions successfully

Learn strategies to manage procrastination

Seminar Length: 2 hours
Class Size: 10-30 participants
Materials: 15 page workbook provided
Seminar Location: On-site at company
Equipment: LCD projector and easel chart

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