Accomplish all your work and life priorities without chaos
Is work taking over your life more than ever?
The world in which business is conducted continues to become an increasingly hybrid one, where the lines between our home lives and work lives get blurrier—and nobody knows for sure how things might continue to change. The boundaries we all need in order to support a healthy and productive work-life balance must not only be redefined, but revisited and readjusted on a continual basis.
Experience this insightful new webinar and explore ways that you can better navigate this evolving environment, set reasonable and appropriate boundaries so your life isn’t overrun by work, better communicate your work-life balance priorities, navigate change, set priorities, minimize distractions and more.
How You Will Benefit
Learn how to navigate the new and evolving work landscape
Discover how to identify and allow for elements that you can/cannot control
Set boundaries around your time—and with those who ask for it
Create a method you can continuously use to balance work and life needs
Gain confidence in communicating to others how your new world functions
What You Will Cover
Navigate—Working in our new world
Prioritize—Focusing on the most important needs and keep home life separate
Organize—Balancing each week to include all your major priorities
Recognize—Knowing what is beyond your control, minimizing distractions and delegating
Apply—Putting the techniques into action with a definite plan
About the Facilitator
Joanne Newborn is a Certified Leadership Coach with a background in business strategy, marketing, sales, team management, analytics and corporate culture. She has an extensive track record of professional success, having worked with a range of organizations, from small businesses to large publicly traded companies. Joanne is a frequently published writer and keynote speaker at corporations and business universities. She has over 15 years of corporate experience within international companies in the wine & spirits industry—from those that were family owned for generations to large publicly traded companies.
Seminar Number: 82188
Course Scheduling & Pricing
2 Sessions Available