Webinar

 Tools and tips for a successful work-life balance

24 August 2021

In times of uncertainty, businesses and employees need an empowered approach to balance work commitments, self-care and family. 

This session explores practical tips and tools to successfully juggle work and home life.

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By building confidence, maintaining perspective and using communication as your superpower, you can build strategies to manage family commitments while juggling work.

Grace Papers share the structures businesses and employees can put in place while navigating the changes of working from home and returning back to the workplace. 

During this session we explore:

  • strategies that enable you to juggle work and family commitments during these uncertain times 
  • how rituals of connection and routine can build your resilience muscle
  • confidence-building techniques to have conversations about flexibility with managers, teams and at home. 
Kate Gilson

Kate Gilson

COO | Grace Papers

Kate is a people and culture leader with over 20 years of experience in human resources and leadership. Her passion is to empower people to be bold and to find their own, strong voice.

Amanda Meehan

Amanda Meehan

Head of Client Relationships | Grace Papers

Amanda is a practising employment lawyer, experienced facilitator and executive coach. She has a passion for encouraging others to advance their careers while managing the many issues that impact people both at work and outside work, including balancing career and care.

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