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BPIA Professional Development Webinar - The Changing World of Work: Preventing Burnout, Maintaining Flexibility, and Setting Boundaries

  • 11/09/2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Zoom Virtual Workshop
  • 117

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Please join our BPIA Professional Development Webinar, jointly hosted by FlexProfessionals, on

The Changing World of Work: Preventing Burnout, Maintaining Flexibility, and Setting Boundaries

In this session, we'll discuss the drastic changes that have occurred in the workplace and the challenges (and opportunities!) they present to today’s workers. With the shift to hybrid and remote work arrangements, work and home life have never been more intertwined. The result? We often feel like we are "falling short" at work, home, or both. Join us for tips and strategies for communicating, creating structure, and setting expectations that will help you succeed in the new work environment. Come prepared to join in the conversation. We’d love to hear your personal strategies for balancing work and home as well as actions your organization has taken to ensure its workforce is healthy and productive.


 


ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

Sheila Murphy is Co-Founder/Partner of FlexProfessionals, a niche staffing firm that matches experienced professionals seeking meaningful, part-time employment with growing businesses in need of top talent. FlexProfessionals launched in 2010 with the mission of keeping more women (and men too!) from opting out of the workforce due to lack of workplace flexibility or accelerating their return by helping them find meaningful, flexible work. FlexProfessionals operates in the DC and Boston metro areas and sources professionals with at least 10 years of experience in a wide variety of business functions. Featured on The Today Show, Sheila is a career re-entry expert, work flexibility advocate, and seasoned speaker/trainer on a variety of job search and career development topics. She has a BA in Political Science from Boston College.


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