WHY NEED WORK-LIFE BALANCE WHEN WORK CAN BE A FUN PART OF LIFE ITSELF?: A WORK-LIFE BALANCE TRAINING IN THE PHILIPPINES
A Corporate EnterTrainment on Work-Life Co-Existence
By the end of this training, the participants should have been able to:
- Understand that literal work-life balance cannot be truly attained but that there are always ways to avoid and deal with stress and enjoy work-and-life co-existence while finding success in life.
- Live a stress-free and optimistic life that is healthful mentally, emotionally, physically, and socially.
- Appreciate work as an important piece of life in order to achieve genuine happiness, contentment, and satisfaction.
MODULE I: THE DEEP WHYs OF WORKING AND LIVING
MODULE II: REASONS FOR ATTAINING A BALANCED LIFE
- Personal effectiveness
- Peace of mind
- Reduced stress
- Living well
- Higher levels of job satisfaction
- Improved health
MODULE III: WORK-LIFE CO-EXISTENCE
- Everything is a choice.
- We don’t find time. We simply use it.
- What happens at work stays at work.
- Go over time but don’t overdo it.
- Don’t forget to reconnect before you call it a day.
- Set expectations with your loved ones when work must be done over the weekend or beyond the office.
- Work hard, play harder.
- What happens to your life is what you make of it.
- Always think that life doesn’t always happen the way you want it.
- Take care of yourself.
MODULE IV: STRESS MANAGEMENT
- Avoid stressors
- Always predict the success of the day
- Amuse yourself
- Give yourself credit
- Don’t dwell
- Stay away from negative thoughts and feelings
- Talk to yourself and stay positive
- Talk to your loved ones from afar
MODULE V: PRODUCTIVITY
PRODUCT + ACTIVITY = PRODUCTIVITY
- Love your work and it will love you back
- Be disciplined.
- Thing or do something new and additional.
- Observe to level up.
MODULE VI: WHAT CAN LEADERS TO PROMOTE, SUPPORT, AND SUSTAIN A CULTURE OF WORK-LIFE CO-EXISTENCE
What can the leaders do?
- Check on your team and exchange pleasantries with them before you all roll your sleeves up.
- Facilitate fun activities and in-between icebreakers
- Promote, support, and sustain a regulated ‘family-like’ culture.
- Know more about one another and communicate consistently.