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  • Length: 1 day(s)

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  • Certification Type: Non-Accredited

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Work-Life Balance Course: Introduction

The new generation entering business, place a premium on a balanced life. When at work, they are super productive, but they are happiest and most productive when their work and personal lives balance.

Work-Life Balance Course :Course Outline

A healthy balance should be maintained between work and home life. It is important as it increases productivity, it improves mental and physical health and it increases morale. An imbalance could be caused by poor health, absenteeism by oneself or one’s co-workers and burnout. An employee should use the company’s resources to change work conditions to encourage a work-life balance and companies should have resources in place. By offering employees more control over their lives reduces stress to the employee and gains the loyalty and productiveness of workers for the company. Another resource may be the company’s employee assistance program; a good program would offer employees assistance with personal crises, work stress, finances and substance abuse. Knowing how to manage your time between work and home is essential. Most people feel that time is not within their control, however time management teaches skills that become routines which become habits – these are all time saving techniques, for example setting out the following day’s clothes the night before. Learning to say no and being flexible with schedules are also time management techniques. Traditional working style may cause imbalance for some employees, having an alternative way to work could rectify that imbalance and increase productivity. There are several alternatives which the employee and the company could discover together such as telecommuting, job sharing, job redesign and flexi time. Stress is an inevitable part of work life balance; if you don’t have an effective stress management method you could experience lasting psychological and physical damage. It is commonly known that exercise is a great health benefit, but it is also a vital aspect to reducing and managing stress. Being consistent in your exercise routine increases the benefits of this method. we offer a few tips on how this can be achieved: Choose an activity that you will enjoy and repeat consistently. Begin your routine or activity at a slow pace and build up to higher levels so that you don’t tire yourself out. Make your exercise routine a priority, make sure you invest time in your activity and don’t cast it aside for other things on your schedule. In closing, effective stress reduction methods such as exercise and getting ample amounts of sleep help you to balance your work life with your home life while giving priority status to both. 1. Introduction
Workshop objectives

2. Benefits of a healthy balance
Why it’s important
Increased productivity
Improved mental and physical health
Increased morale
Case study

3. Signs of an imbalance
Health risks
Case study

4. Employer resources
Offer employees more control
Ask employees for suggestions
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Reward your staff
Case study

5. Tips in Time management
Urgent/Important matrix
Learn to say No
Stay flexible
80/20 rule
Case study

6. Goal setting
The three P’s
Prioritising your goals
Case study

7. Optional ways to work
Job sharing
Job redesign
Flex time
Case study

8. At work
Leave home stress at home
Break up large tasks
Set accurate goals
Case study

9. At home
Leave work stress at work
Turn your phone off
Take some “me” time
Maintain your boundaries
Case study

10. Stress management
Eating wall
Getting Enough Sleep
Case study

11. Working in a home office
Setting up a Home Office
Setting boundaries
Dealing with distractions
Make a schedule and stick to it
Case study

12. Topics not discussed
Lessons learned
Post workshop overview

Work-Life Balance Course: Course Duration

1 day/s

Who should attend: Work-Life Balance Course

This course is intended for anyone interested in self improvement.

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