Worklife tagged posts
Tuesday, January 2, 2018 Life In Balance
The David Allen Company is a professional training, coaching, and management consulting organization that was founded in 1996 by David Allen, a veteran management consultant, trainer, and author of Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity. The company gives seminars, coaching, and products that encourage best work practices.
David Allen’s “Getting Things Done With Work Life Balance” series is a part of training programs firmwide. There are even public Getting Things Done seminars in major cities that provide an open door to anyone who wants to experience the program firsthand. Their website itself is full of free material, including but not limited to an e-newsletter called “David Allen’s Productive Living.”
There’s an audio CD and MP3 download set from “Get...Read More
Every one wants balance. Is there such a thing? Clients hire me as a coach for this reason just as often as the clients who want more time and money.
In order to get some power with this concept lets shift how we think about balance. We tend to think of balance in terms of equal time to equal areas in our lives. In our minds, we relate to balance this way even though we know it isn’t possible to spend equal time to equal areas in our lives. Especially, when our work, for most of us, takes up more than half of our waking hours each day.
Let’s use a metaphor; Imagine that achieving balance is like being a great juggler. The balls you juggle represent areas of your life...Read More
Tuesday, June 6, 2017 Life In Balance
Work life Balance – A Path Leading Towards High productivity
The term work life balance is very common these days and every other person might have heard of it. Now days we see there are number of books and articles that cover this topic. During the first era of 21st century, Pakistan’s wide economic reform have resulted in a stronger economic outlook and accelerated growth in various sectors. The economic investments have given Pakistan an exposure to better living standards. Pakistan is a communal country which has always shared the norms and values of male breadwinner-female homemaker model...Read More