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Work-Life Balance Education                    ©WorkLifeBalance.com, Inc.
The Ongoing Work-Life Challenge         100 Times as Many Daily Choices1960’s     1980’s                 2000’s           ...
Not a One Time FixWork-Life Balance is not a problem to be solved.     It is an ongoing issue to be managed.              ...
Who Manages It?            Two Legs of            ResponsibilityThe Organization       The Individual                     ...
•Policies        • Responsibility•Benefits        • Choices•Initiatives     • Actions•Opportunities   • Results•Improved w...
Work-Life Balance Education     Leverages Both Legs of the LadderThe Organization:Improves awarenessand utilization ofcurr...
Why Work-Life Balance Training  Productivity    91% of managers and employees report                  they are more produc...
Why Work-Life Balance Training                     Three-fourths of workers want their employers to     Work-Life       pr...
Employees With Positive Work Life    Balance Much More Likely to:                                               100• Recom...
Successful Work-Life Balance           Education:1.Defines work-life balance – what it is  and is not – consistent with yo...
Successful Work-Life Balance            Education:2. Increases awareness of your  organization s  organization’s current w...
Successful Work-Life Balance           Education:3. Adds to managers’ and employees’ skill  set to better manage as indivi...
Successful Work-Life Balance           Education:4. Increases individual accountability.     • No one size fits all     • ...
Successful Work-Life Balance           Education:5. Provides a common language for  leaders and employees to better  manag...
Why WorkLifeBalance.com                           Training        Follow-Through                        Continued Usage   ...
Training for Leading Organizations
WorkLifeBalance.com Education                 Each individual better defines                 and achieves their own best  ...
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  1. 1. Work-Life Balance Education ©WorkLifeBalance.com, Inc.
  2. 2. The Ongoing Work-Life Challenge 100 Times as Many Daily Choices1960’s 1980’s 2000’s ©WorkLifeBalance.com, Inc.
  3. 3. Not a One Time FixWork-Life Balance is not a problem to be solved. It is an ongoing issue to be managed. ©WorkLifeBalance.com, Inc.
  4. 4. Who Manages It? Two Legs of ResponsibilityThe Organization The Individual ©WorkLifeBalance.com, Inc.
  5. 5. •Policies • Responsibility•Benefits • Choices•Initiatives • Actions•Opportunities • Results•Improved with • Improved with Education & Work-Life Work Life EducationCommunication ©WorkLifeBalance.com, Inc.
  6. 6. Work-Life Balance Education Leverages Both Legs of the LadderThe Organization:Improves awarenessand utilization ofcurrent quality benefitsand policies. d li iThe Individual:Positively impacts themindset and skill set ofmanagers andemployees to bettermanage for themselves.
  7. 7. Why Work-Life Balance Training Productivity 91% of managers and employees report they are more productive after Work-Life Balance Gains Training. - WorkLifeBalance.com Training Impact Surveys Cost of turnover is 21% less in companies with Turnover Costs more positive Work-Life and Human Capital Reduced Practices. - Watson Wyatt Human Capital Index Work-Life Balance is #1 characteristic sought Recruiting in employers by undergraduates. Advantage Business Week Survey Sept. 2009 Work-Life Balance rated as #1 or #2 factor with business school graduates – Aspen Institute Study ©WorkLifeBalance.com, Inc.
  8. 8. Why Work-Life Balance Training Three-fourths of workers want their employers to Work-Life provide training of practical skills to help improve Training their work-life balance. Requested Chief Learning Officer Magazine WorkLifeBalance.com Manager and Employee Survey 91% of working adults believe that employees Impact on Ethical are more likely to behave ethically at work when Behavior they have a good work-life balance. Deloitte & Touche Survey Key Boss is #1 reason employees quit. Employees rate having a caring boss higher than money or Management fringe benefits. Work-life key rating indicator. Rating Issue Gallup Study of over two million employees ©WorkLifeBalance.com, Inc.
  9. 9. Employees With Positive Work Life Balance Much More Likely to: 100• Recommend their employers 90 as a place to work (88% vs. 80 64%) 70 60• Rate their satisfaction with their companies favorably 50 (89% vs. 68%) 40 30• Be proud to work for their 20 employer (91% vs. 68%) 10 Sirota Survey Intelligence Research 0 from over 300,000 surveyed Recommend Favorable Proud Employer Neutral to Negative Positive ©WorkLifeBalance.com, Inc.
  10. 10. Successful Work-Life Balance Education:1.Defines work-life balance – what it is and is not – consistent with your organization’s culture. ©WorkLifeBalance.com, Inc.
  11. 11. Successful Work-Life Balance Education:2. Increases awareness of your organization s organization’s current work-life work life benefits and policies. ©WorkLifeBalance.com, Inc.
  12. 12. Successful Work-Life Balance Education:3. Adds to managers’ and employees’ skill set to better manage as individuals individuals. ©WorkLifeBalance.com, Inc.
  13. 13. Successful Work-Life Balance Education:4. Increases individual accountability. • No one size fits all • Capacities and aspirations are different • Recognizes the best balance is unique for each person • Constantly changes with time ©WorkLifeBalance.com, Inc.
  14. 14. Successful Work-Life Balance Education:5. Provides a common language for leaders and employees to better manage work-life as an ongoing issue together. ©WorkLifeBalance.com, Inc.
  15. 15. Why WorkLifeBalance.com Training Follow-Through Continued Usage Increased Highly Productivity Recommended 97% 94% 91% 99% of managers and of participants are of participants of participants individual still using the tools continue to be recommend after 2 months. more productive participants expanding the follow-through on at work. Average reported program to identified others. important work productivity and personal increase is 24%. objectives.Source: Follow-up Surveys by WorkLifeBalance.com ©WorkLifeBalance.com, Inc.
  16. 16. Training for Leading Organizations
  17. 17. WorkLifeBalance.com Education Each individual better defines and achieves their own best work-life balance. Managers and employees better manage work-life balance decisions together on an ongoing d h basis. Awareness and utilization of current work-life benefits is increased. ©WorkLifeBalance.com ▪ 7742 Spalding Drive, #356 ▪ Norcross, GA 30092▪ 770-997-7881

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