Work-Life Balance Course in Singapore
About This Course
Today’s fast-paced and unpredictable world makes achieving work-life balance more and more difficult. Giving in to failure is not an option if you want to avoid the type of bloody wake up call author, columnist, and entrepreneur, Arianna Huffington received.
She is best known as the co-founder and former editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post. Two years after it took off, she collapsed at her desk while reading email. Her sister found her in a pool of blood. She broke her cheekbone and a gash on eye needed four stitches. Failure to balance her work and personal life and daily 18-hour work shifts had left her sleep deprived, exhausted, and burned out.
Maintaining work-life balance is not only important for your physical health and wellbeing. It also improves your work performance. Work-life balance does not mean equal balance. This is an unrealistic expectation and only serves to make you miserable. It varies over time as your life changes and only you get to define what it means. Sometimes you’ll need to prioritize your personal life and at other times your work life will get need more of you.
This course gives participants valuable tips to help them establish a work-life balance that promotes their physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. You’ll learn what to do when feelings of guilt arise and how to embrace flexibility and failure for a better life.