It’s never been more self-evident than in the global pandemic. We women have a lot on our plates. We are parents, teachers, partners, cleaners, chefs, facilitators and negotiators often within the same hour.  In normal circumstances we take on the bulk of the invisible work and now it is even more exaggerated. Stress and lock down burnout levels are high. Women need support.

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1. Stress management: Stop Balance Go. Mindfulness and More

“Stressed” has become the new “fine”. Learn how to become more productive as well as healthier, with these basic mindfulness techniques.

2. Work life balance in the time of Corona

All our lives are morphing into one work life continuum. Learn how to set boundaries to protect your psychological and physical well being.

No more struggle to juggle  Learn some basic strategies for creating a work/life balance that suits you.

These modules are suitable for small group online coaching sessions or larger corporate webinars as part of our Lock down Learning programs.

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