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  • Understand the benefits of better work/life “fit”
  • Recognize the signs and impacts of an unbalanced life
  • Learn tips to improve time management and goal setting
  • Identify “Tools You Can Use” to create the more effective methods to reduce stress at work and at home

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This virtual roundtable will offer participants a variety of methods for prioritizing a better “fit” between career and home.

Creating and maintaining better work/life “fit” between work and home responsibilities can be a challenge. By learning how to “fit” the demands of a career with your responsibilities outside of work, you will become healthier, mentally, and physically, and feel more successful and productive, career wise.

This workshop will help you understand how to focus and prioritize the most meaningful things to you and introduce you to the "Tools You Can Use" for setting achievable goals.


Who is it for:

Teams of all levels, individual contributors, leaders, others interested


Key learnings:

  • Understand the benefits of better work/life “fit”
  • Recognize the signs and impacts of an unbalanced life
  • Learn tips to improve time management and goal setting
  • Identify “Tools You Can Use” to create the more effective methods to reduce stress at work and at home

Testimonials

"Mika probably has more experience deploying, managing, and optimizing distributed and flexible workplace strategies then just about anyone I know. She’s done it in government. She’s done it with unions. She’s done it in the private sector. Mika’s the real deal. I am fully confident that when I recommend her services to a client who needs help, they will thank me."

Kate Lister, President, Global Workplace Analytics

“I have been fortunate enough to co-present with Mika on several occasions, but what has been truly amazing is seeing and hearing her as a featured presenter at events I have either organized or attended. She’s engaging, animated, knows her subject and truly engages with her audience. Her presentations always get high marks from her audience because she makes the effort to stay current, and offer real-world, real-time information.”

Lori Adams, Policy Director, National Association of State Workforce Agency (NASWA)

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