The sudden and total transition to remote work (RemoWo) triggered by COVID19 may mean that you need to tweak your work from home (WFH) setup. Compared to WFH-Fridays, full-time RemoWo requires a much stricter practice of boundaries and connections—both physical and mental. Check out these five quick tips to help you stay productive—and sane—in the weeks ahead.
It is almost March, are you keeping up with your New Year's resolutions? Are you stressed at work and don't have enough free time? Perhaps you are on track with your goals but are hoping to find better ways to advance your career? You may just want to break out of your own circle and expand your personal and professional network. Have you considered working with a professional coach to accelerate your growth?
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Your career needs to be managed strategically and proactively - it does not just happen. Even though good luck, the right network and wicked smarts help, YOU are the only one who can set the direction. WEST’s programming theme this year has been specifically designed to help women in science and technology think about your career advancement strategically and develop your own plan for execution.
Wishing you could handle the work-life balance with this much finesse? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ojvk-4IcOE
Wearing yourself out with perfect execution of your job and both the second (often simultaneous) shift at home? Wearing yourself out even trying? Feeling like you can't succeed in your career and be a "good mom and partner"?
Come join us at lunch time (you have to take time to eat anyway!) to learn some tips and tricks for your work-life balance and hear and share some good stories while doing it! You will walk away with at least 1 idea you can implement immediately.
We are all pulled in many different, often conflicting directions, both professionally and personally and feel the obligation to perform to relentless standards as judged by others. This can leave us feeling frustrated, exhausted and even inadequate. This can lead us to underperform as we continuously strive to over perform.
International Women’s Day is an important time to reflect on the impact these demands are making on the different and important facets of our lives. A moment to examine our own priorities and criteria that define our success and bring us happiness. Come and celebrate the day by joining our workshop on March 8 lead by Debra Woog. Debra will share her formula for articulating your own unique definition of success bringing more prosperity, ease and joy into your busy, multifaceted lives.