Getting to 5: Quantitatively Increase Your Work-Life Balance Score With Tips From Master Balancers

Posted on July 28, 2009 by

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Register for the FREE kick-off teleclass (1 hour) AUGUST 31, 2009 at 12 noon EST.  Attendees will recieve priority registration for the teleclass described below should they wish to sign up.  Register for the free AUGUST 31 teleclass here   FIRST COME FIRST SERVED.

WHAT: “I’m stretched too thin.” “I don’t have enough time.” “My dreams and goals have gone my the way-side.” “I am not doing a good job of prioritizing.” Do these phrases sound like you? They are also true for hundreds of other women who took ourHot Mommas Project survey.  This workshop will help quantitatively increase your work-life balance score.

WHERE: Teleseminar, dial-in number provided to attendees.

WHEN: Three 1-hour sessions will follow the introductory call on 8/31. The dates for the three paid sessions are: September 3, 10 and 24 at 12:00 noon EST

Cost: $99

Our Guarantee: You will leave the class sessions with a clear understanding of:

– WORK-LIFE INVENTORY: Your work life balance score, and primary strengths and challenges in your set-up.

– ACTIONS: What it will take to increase that score.

– SUPPORT: Clear action steps and support for executing on your actions.

(Instructor) Kathy Korman Frey Bio – Professor of the award-winning Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership class at the George Washington School of Business and founder of The Hot Mommas Project, the world’s largest collection of teachable work/life stories.

Students of the “Getting to 5″ class may also be interested in our Virtual Mentoring Class and Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Workshop.

What people are saying:

“After the first session, I had focused in on an item that – if I could implement – would increase my work-life balance score  by 20%. Wow. However, implementation has always been my problem. I’m just too busy! The two follow-up sessions helped me make that critical part of my work-life set up a reality. Having the support of the group really was an unexpected benefit. Talk about ‘me’ time. This workshop is ‘me time’ on steroids.”

Jane Tillman

 

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