Make Balance Happen:
- Why more professionals experience functional anxiety and role overload
- Men and Women are affected equally by Work/Life Conflicts
- All generations experience Work/Life Conflicts
Work in this industry is particularly tough. It demands excessively long hours and frequent weekend work. Other characteristics such as re-location, decision making responsibility and time pressure can negatively affect employees’ personal lives further.
For Engineers dealing with traditional models of work and rigid work schedules, the issue may be especially difficult to manage, and yet work–life balance is now recognized as an issue of strategic importance to the industry. It is critical for the continued ability to attract and retain a talented workforce, and it is also inextricably linked to organizational effectiveness and employees’ well-being.
Managing Work/Life Conflict Full Day Workshop:
You will get through this – things can get better.
- Learn how Canadians are experiencing 5 main areas of conflict
- Discuss where you are on the work-life conflict timeline
- Use the MEND Strategy to “Make Balance Happen”
- Discover strategies for getting control of your Email and work flow
In 1994 Laurie Daschuk, BA, formed the company 'Stop the Presses' and consults with businesses and organizations to coordinate and deliver professional development courses, improve internal/external communications and work-life facilitation efforts.
Laurie is the current Executive Coordinator for the Fraser Valley Chartered Professional Accountants Association, both the Abbotsford and the Fraser Valley Estate Planning Councils, and the Fraser Valley Tax Technical Group. She travels throughout Western Canada as an Associate trainer with Campeau Learning.