Building Resiliency for Work-Life harmony

Our Building Resiliency for Work-Life Harmony Program is strategically tailored for women. It promises to build participants’ resiliency by teaching change and stress management techniques, ways to improve productivity, communication, and collaboration in work-from-home and hybrid business models and offers direction on contributing to and creating positive work culture. The courses weave practical guidance with expert insight that can help you reach work-life harmony – no matter what future challenges you may face.

This program  is excellent for women who want to enrich their lives and enhance their capabilities and leaders who want to help foster a more resilient workforce.

Work-life balance is a golden goal that is almost impossible to reach, and the pursuit of it is exhausting. Pandemic pressures, escalation of work-from-home or hybrid work models, and
expectations often placed on female employees have blurred the lines between time spent professionally and personally. Instead of aiming for an ideal equilibrium, you must find a way to
achieve work-life harmony.

The good news is that resiliency is a skill that can be learned and strengthened. You are stronger than you think. Let go of worrying about what you can’t change and act on what you can – we can help. Our specially curated Resiliency for Work-Life Harmony Program and corresponding eJournal can help you build your resiliency, increase your mental well-being, recognize patterns, create boundaries, and find work-life harmony.

Our specially curated curriculum addresses five critical foundations necessary for increased resiliency and harmony. 


Preparing for Crisis and Beyond

Staying Positive While Managing Stress and Mindsets

Personal Productivity while Working Remotely

Communication and Managing Up

Collaboration and Teamwork

  • Navigating the Post-Pandemic
  • Expert Insights on Adapting to
  • Expert Insights on Resilience & Perseverance
  • Forging Ahead with Perseverance and Resilience
  • Positive Atmosphere: Establishing a Positive Work Environment
  • Positive Atmosphere: How
    Organizational Learning Drives
    Positive Change
  • Expert Insights on Establishing a Positive Work Culture
  • Managing Pressure and Stress toOptimize Your Performance
  • Expert Insights on Managing Stress
  • Taking Stock of Your Work/Life Balance
  • Staying Balanced in a Shifting World
  • Take a Deep Breath and Manage Your Stress
  • Contributing as a Virtual Team
  • Facing Virtual Team Challenges
  • Expert Insights on Work/Life
  • Maximize Your Productivity by
    Managing Time and Task
  • Achieve Productivity in Your Personal Life
  • Expert Insights on Personal Productivity
  • Building Rapport with Your Boss
  • A Difficult Boss Doesn’t Have to Be a Difficult Problem
  • Expert Insights on Managing Up
  • Capturing the Attention of Senior Executives
  • Do We Have a Failure to
  • The Art and Science of Communication
  • Encouraging Team Communication and Collaboration
  • Expert Insights on Communication Essential
  • How to Manage Difficult Conversations
  • Being an Effective Team Member
  • Strategies for Building a
    Cohesive Team
  • Effective Team Communication
  • Becoming a Successful
  • Expert Insights on Working Effectively on a Team
  • Expert Insights on Collaboration

Women are the default
caregivers, and chore-doers.

We are pushed to do more and it’s
affecting our physical and mental health.

The pandemic highlighted that women are often the default caregivers and chore-doers, even in relationships that strive for equality. Inside many corporations, women must also work harder to be heard, recognized, and earn their seat at the table. This means that we push ourselves to do more, put in more hours, and stay plugged in to the office while still trying to make time for family, friends, and personal wellness. In striving for the elusive work-life balance, we often set ourselves up for failure. We become enslaved to our never-ending to-do lists in our attempt to have it all, increasing feelings of depression, overwhelm, stress, exhaustion, and burnout.

Before the pandemic, just 5% of employed workers and 7% of unemployed workers said their mental health was poor or very poor. Now, 18% of employed and 27% of unemployed workers say they struggle with mental health issues. Additionally, employee burnout is rising, with 52% of all workers feeling burned out, up 9% from a pre-COVID survey. The pandemic and its aftershocks are affecting women’s physical health as well their mental health, with increases in hypertension, coronary heart disease, and binge drinking behavior.


Original price was: $599.00.Current price is: $399.00.


Along with the 33-course
curriculum delivered by
industry-leading specialists,
you’ll also get:

  • Access to over 475 additional business courses
  • Thousands of books, summaries, audiobooks,and audio summaries
  • 24/7 access from any device for one year
    Our free journal includes writing prompts to help you identify and reflect on what you value and aligning your life to those.
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