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Diff'rent Strokes for Diff'rent Folks: Appreciating Multiple Work-Life Balance Models Based on Work Styles, Life Styles, and Generation
Event Type:Workshop/Seminar
Location: Shattuck 102
 
Friday, March 01, 2013
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Workshops, Seminars, & Training
Contact:
Jennifer Sanborn
2185
Department:President's Office
Event Description:Facilitated by Lori Hendricks, this "Re-Work It" campus conversation will explore the following discussion questions: 1.) Describe a time when you were operating at your personal best at work. What was working? What brought you joy/reward? 2.) What causes you stress? How do you respond to stress? 3.) How might differences in work styles require different approaches to the concept of work-life balance? 4.) What differences might exist across generations with regard to the idea of work-life balance? 5.) How can we acknowledge the ‘Platinum Rule’ (e.g., do to others as they would have done to them) with our colleagues when it comes to work-life balance? Event URL: https://www.mtholyoke.edu/president/re-work-it-recalibrating-our-work-life-balance
Event Description:The President’s Commission on Work-Life-Family is sponsoring a one-week community conversation and experiment in new work patterns and habits. This week, called “Re-Work It: Recalibrating Our Work-Life Balance,” will take place from Monday, February 25 to Friday, March 1.
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