Separating Home and Work During COVID-19

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The lines between work and non-work are blurring in new and unusual ways during this COVID 19 era.  Many employees struggle to preserve healthy boundaries between their professional and personal lives.

There is often a concern about maintaining employee productivity. But the real concern is a longer-term risk: employee burnout. Drawing lines between work and non-work is crucial, especially for our mental health.

How can we “leave our work at the door” if we are no longer going out the door? In this session we’ll review tips to structure your space and time and discuss strategies for supporting those we work with to cope effectively.

Our Presenter: Joanne Fraser has a keen interest in helping employees learn from and adapt to the changes taking place in today's workplaces. Her experience in training and facilitation work comes from being an  independent consultant for 15 years and then managing learning and development programs at Dalhousie for 4 years. Ms. Fraser has a Certificate in Adult Education from Saint Francis Xavier. She holds a BSc from the University of Saskatchewan and a MSc in Development and International Policy from the University of Bristol, England.​

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Health and Wellness

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https://events-tm.dal.ca/workshop.php?id=3623

Contact

talent.management@dal.ca