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Balance, Effectiveness and Professionalism

Balance is far more than time spent at the office compared to time spent at home. That is a time management issue. Balance is a state of dynamic equilibrium. Like riding a bicycle, balance is a process involving motion. Balance promotes effectiveness; balance and effectiveness promote professionalism. Balance is best built and maintained by capitalizing on one's strengths and minimizing the adverse impact of weaknesses. Balance has multiple components which make up an ever-changing basis of balance. The key element is personal responsibility. Without personal responsibility any sense of balance is purely coincidental with the circumstances of life and will quickly disappear with the advent of adversity. This class begins with a look at the emotional, family, financial, fitness, health, intellectual, nutritional, professional, life purpose, social, spiritual and stress aspects of balance.

What You Will Learn:
  • The components of balance and what balance means to you
  • Your most important assets for building and maintaining balance
  • How to assume responsibility for building and maintaining balance
  • How to use the change process to promote balance
  • The importance of humor in balance
  • The relationship and importance of energy and enthusiasm and why attitude is the critical factor in balance
  • The importance of stress in achieving and maintaining balance
  • Factors which derail the best of balance plans
  • The three parts of life which are critical to maintaining balance

    How You Will Benefit:
  • By understanding the process of balance
  • By focusing on your personal and professional values and goals
  • By learning to use humor to bring balance to or improve balance in your life and work
  • By learning to use common parts of life such as music to establish and maintain balance
  • By learn the importance of letting go of those things which encumber you
  • By learning the relaxation response and how to achieve it
  • By learning how to be resilient even from very public failures
  • By learning the value of a grateful heart and joy
  • By learning how to improve your relationships and employment situation

    Who Should Attend:
    All employees, managers and executives who feel they are out of balance or who want to improve balance in their own lives, and those who want to encourage those working with or for them to build balance in their lives should enroll in this program.

    Program Length: One, Two or Three Days

    Available Variations of This Program:
    1) Managing Stress to Achieve a Balanced Life

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