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Corporations

Corporations

Are you a Business manager or Human Resource manager at a corporation concerned about attracting, engaging and retaining talent? Work/Life challenges cause leaks in your talent pipeline. Build employee skills to navigate the new work/life reality. Employees need work life strategies woven into their career development plans to be effective. Check out the Work/Life...

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Employee Groups

Employee Groups

Employee Resource Groups are uniquely positioned to enable employees to find success and fulfillment in their work and life – resulting in employee engagement and retention. Work/life challenges come in a variety pack. Work-life stressors can be overwhelming and distracting, causing employees to lose focus. ERGs can show their business impact NOW by using their unique...

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Associations

Associations

Are you part of an association or community organization looking for topics of interest for your next event or program? Work/Life challenges are not just a women’s issue any longer. 1 out of every 5 employees care for elderly parents. 9 out of 10 fathers work, 7 out of 10 mothers work. Our lives have become 24/7 with work and life demands. Millennials, Gen X...

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Work Life Pursuit workshops and Mastermind groups feel like a “gathering place” where participants can catch their breath, share stories, laugh and come away with ideas and practical tools to gain control of their lives.

From Karen’s blog

Balloons Who attends a working parent party?

If you had a “labor day” party for a group representing the US labor force in the 25 – 54 age range, about 40%* of them would be working parents!  ( The 60% who are not parents would be wondering if these folks will ever stop talking about their kids. )

Can you see a problem? Corporations view the 25 – 35 age range as a prime time to develop their employees for bench strength, which corresponds with the age employees start their families.  For working parents, career development opportunities may mean long work hours, a major project involving travel, or relocation.  On the home front, these same parents want to keep up with their children’s sports schedule, school events and doctor appointments.  As a working parent with 4 children, I can remember thinking, “Stop the world, I want to get off!” Read more

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