Daryl openly shares how life and work wasn’t always rosy, and a major burnout in 2016 from a combination of working too much and unexpected relational trauma, inspired him to create the Life-Work Effect helping leaders and workforces to live happier whilst achieving more in the workplace with life-work balance, productivity mastery, smart strategy and wellbeing.
Clare Ward, Partner – Employment and Labour Relations from Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP will be chairing this event.
Clare Ward supports employers in all employment matters whilst focusing on Labour Relations and Employee Wellbeing. Clare spent four years acting for Unions and their members, gaining valuable experience and insight before joining Eversheds Sutherland in 2007. She now spends her time helping employers define their union relationships and providing critical support if relationships breakdown. Clare leads the relationship with a number of clients predominately from the Transport, Manufacturing and Education sectors. Clare has gained significant experience supporting employers in their employee wellbeing agendas and presents on various wellbeing subjects both publicly and in-house.
Topic: Life – Work Effect of Energy & Time Management
When we proactively manage and nurture our energy, we can achieve an incredible boost to our wellbeing, life-work balance and performance at work. This talk is ideal for leaders, teams and workforces who are serious about fighting the ‘always on’, high-stress environment, and who want to build a positive ‘Life-Work Effect’ culture of great wellbeing, life-work balance, and productivity mastery.
This talk will cover practical, easy to implement tips and open Q&A discussion on how to:
- Reduce stress and overwhelm
- Get more done, boost your mood, and feel happier
- Maximise and drive higher energy through your working day
- Improve life-work balance, and time management
- Achieve more at work, without increasing your work hours
Due to current restrictions, our HR Director Boardroom events are now held online as webinars.
Places are limited due to the nature of these events so book early.