Course DescriptionTo maintain energy and positive focus, it’s critical for women in leadership roles to maintain a healthy and productive balance between their professional and personal lives. In this course, Professor Deborah Streeter examines the typical work-life balance conflicts that interfere with productivity and happiness. Students will also examine ways to create various checks to ensure they stay in balance, allowing them to move forward effectively, focusing energy on the tasks that will have the greatest positive impact.
Faculty AuthorDeborah Streeter
Benefits to the Learner
- Identify work-life balance conflicts and their consequences
- Defining what is purposeful and what tasks will have the greatest impact
- Identify ways to build a personal team
- Develop methods for making choices that are authentic and practical
- Explore how digital technology blurs the line between work/home
Target AudienceWomen who are mid- to-senior level managers, regardless of whether they have a formal team to lead. This course is also meant for women who aspire to move into leadership roles and have a minimum 3-5 years professional experience. It is applicable to a global audience from developed countries.
- HR Certification Institute (HRCI) General Units Approval Number ORG-PROGRAM-372445 6.0 Hours
- Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Approval Number 19-7VTCV 6.0 Hours
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Women in Leadership : Required Courses