Improving Work Life Balance

It’s National Work Life Week and it’s a great opportunity for both employers and employees to focus on wellbeing at work and work life balance.

This shouldn’t just happen for one week though!

When there is good work life balance then wellbeing is improved and there is less stress, better attendance and more productivity.

Contrary to popular belief we are not always more productive by working longer hours!

 

I talk through the 5 key areas I believe are needed to ensure that you can incorporate plans and actions so that you or your people, particularly if working from home, can manage the day to day operations and also be supported in a way that enables to function at home in a positive way with minimal impact on productivity and mental health.

This podcast episode gives you an insight into the areas covered in all my Work Life Balance workshops and training sessions.

The key areas in all my training are:

 

Routine

Values

Boundaries

Communication

Self Care

 

There’s more detail in other podcast episodes about Boundaries and Communication if you want a deeper understanding.

 

My Work Life Balance session has been designed to incorporate the specific values and needs of your company so that implementation happens smoothly, staff are happier and so that you have a more productive (and profitable!) workforce during this time.

 

 

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If you want to be increasing your performance so that you’re more resilient in these current times, so that you can focus easily, use tools and techniques to deal with all the current and unknown challenges then make sure that you either drop me an email to emma@emmalangton.com .   Or head over to my website contact page and either send me a email from there or book an appointment straight into my diary – saving all that to-ing and fro-ing that you get when we try to get space in people’s diary.

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