People always say they’re going to work less and spend more time on health, hobbies, and family. Most likely – you’ve vowed yourself to get your work-life balance in order – most women have.
As a woman in the workplace, work-life balance doesn’t come easy. Work and life don’t have to be mutually exclusive. You can have both, and you should. Healthier, happier people make for better managers, leaders, and employees.
Participants will learn steps to achieve the balance they need to maximize happiness, productivity, and combat feelings of burn-out, plus:
• Defining what work/life balance looks like for you personally
• Balancing priorities so there is no guilt at home or work
• Seeking balance for yourself, and knowing the correct balance for your field/life/company
• Learn the value of your time to set limits and boundaries
• It's okay to say ‘no' and be assertive about it
• Value your time and other's by not sending emails after business hours
• Maximize your time in the office so that you can disconnect sooner
• Take steps to live ‘guilt-free' in all areas of your life
• Allow yourself to take off from your work thoroughly and to disconnect completely
• Let yourself check emails on vacation if that's what you genuinely want to do
• Rid yourself of feeling like you are not doing enough or need to be doing other things
• Be more creative and productive when you work because you've allowed yourself to be refreshed
• Why you need to schedule time with friends or family, and how this replenishes you
• Encourage your staff or coworkers to achieve balance by modeling and understanding the need for balance
• How to make business travel more pleasurable while still maximizing productivity
About the Speaker
Myra is a favorite training partner to Fortune 500 companies with her customized, engaging, behavior-changing (and fun) workshops, working with McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, Frito-Lay, Michelin, Vera Bradley, and other large brands.
Before becoming the go-to trainer for some of the world’s biggest brands, Myra was the Global Head of Consumer Affairs for Thrifty Rent-a-Car System, and she was named one of the top 100 Rising Stars by Travel Agent Magazine for her landmark work in leading her team to restore customer confidence after service failures.
Myra has a master’s degree in human relations and a bachelor’s degree in psychology.
Myra offers training that develop the best customer experience as it relates to the psychology of the employees.