Work-Life Balance Wisdom: Seven Smart Strategies for Less Stress and More Success
This engaging, interactive program is presented by Tricia Molloy, a corporate leadership speaker for organizations like Marriott, Verizon and the Network of Executive Women. Tricia is the author of “Working with Wisdom,” a mentor for professional women who crave more success, and a contributor to NEW’s blog on balance, The Juggle.
In a world where the professional and personal demands of our lives often collide and compete, we long for more balance. In the first part of our afternoon session, you’ll decide why you want more balance. In other words, what would you do if you had more time, energy and other resources? Then we’ll further explore the reasons why, and then identify what you’re balancing and learn seven smart strategies to manage your mindset, energy and time to improve your work-life balance.
Tricia Molloy - Corporate Leadership Speaker
10:00AM - 12:00PM: Headshots and Networking Activities (optional)
12:00PM - 1:00PM: Lunch
1:00PM - 3:00PM Afternoon Program
$75 per person
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Who should attend
Members and non-members; emerging leaders, executives, men and women professionals who would like to connect with other professionals in the region
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