New Strategies for Balancing Your Work and Life
Jennifer Krafchick,Toni Zimmerman
Wednesday, January 15th 2014
A102 Clark Building
In today’s society it is rare for work hours to be restricted from nine to five, with laptops and smart phones, we are able to work from any space that has a good connection. What about that other connection in our lives that may need more than a Wi-Fi hotspot- our families? Some breadwinners find it difficult to balance work and family life successfully, often seeing spillover from one domain into another. Whether work interferes with family or family distracts from work, find tools to improve interactions with both and finally find the balance you need. Join these award winning faculty members from the Marriage and Family Therapy program at CSU in learning about different approaches to the balancing your work and your life. All types of families are recognized in this presentation.
Goals and Target Audience:
To provide strategies to help CSU employees balance work and life responsibilities.