Paul Artale, PhD
Work-life balance for you and the members of your advocacy is not a myth. It can (and should) be achieved. Creating positive work-life culture in your life or in your organization is a matter of understanding different work-life strategies and adapting them to your situation. It is created through a blend of education, advocacy, and trial. Failure to create work-life friendly cultures leads to burnout, turnover, poor performance, and health issues. As a researcher of work-life balance on organizational performance, Paul Artale will show you how to beat burnout in a fun and lighthearted way based on his book, The 2-Year Old’s Guide to Work-Life Balance. Paul will show you how to identify and advocate for a work-life balance, including:
● Understand work-life personality preference and how it interacts with the organization environment
● How to evaluate work-life culture
● Engage with energy-giving life choices.
● Recognize the business case for work-life initiatives
● Identify current trends in work-life balance
Paul Artale, PhD is a motivational speaker and trainer who works with organizations that want to achieve peak performance through leveraging employee strengths and identities. Paul holds a PhD from Michigan State University and researches the advantages flexible work arrangements have on employee performance and retention. Born with what some would call a physical disability, Paul achieved his dream of playing college football while earning a degree in special education from the University of Toronto.
Approved for 1 SHRM PDC and 1 HRCI (General) Credit
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