6. Stress Impact Statistics
being alienated from a friend or family member because of stress-26 %
stress has a negative impact on their personal and professional life -48 %
they have difficulty managing work and family responsibilities.31%
stress has caused them to fight with people close to them-54 %
they are "always" or "often" under stress at work-30%
Source: American Psychological Association%
7. Work Life Balance is related to:
Managing self, stress, time and
8. Whatever we have in
there is no doubt that we
ultimately want peace and
of Poor Work-
• Increased stress and burnout
• Negative impact on physical and
• Strained relationships and reduced
10. Benefits of Work-
• Increased productivity and
• Improved physical and mental
• Enhanced job satisfaction and
• Better relationships and overall
11. Warning signs of job
Headache, lost of appetite
Difficulty in concentration
Short temper, irritations
Thinking of quitting the job
colleagues, senior and juniors
norms, rules and regulations
limited working hour
hobby, spirituality Leisure, vacation
Unlimited working hour
14. WLB knowing what our
priorities are, and what really
matters to us.
An art of achieving optimum
satisfaction from life , by
managing self, others, stress
15. we often complain
about not having
In fact it’s not
about the lack of
time, it is the
priority that we
19. In summary
4 ways to improve your work-
Below, we've compiled tips for improving your work-life balance . You
can begin trying out one at a time or implementing a few at once.
Remember that finding an approach that works for you is a process and
will take time.
20. . Pause and evaluate
Taking time out to understand how the various parts of your life are impacting
one another is a necessary step in developing a new work-life integration that
serves your needs. Pause and consider your current work-life situation; ask
yourself how you feel. Some questions you might reflect on include:
• Am I spending enough quality time doing what I really want?
• Am I committing enough time and energy to people or things that are
meaningful to me?
• Do I still feel aligned to my professional or personal goals? Why or why not?
• Where do I feel the most stuck? What is it about this situation that makes me
feel that way?
As you think through these complex personal questions, journaling your
thoughts and feelings can be a good way to identify the areas you feel need the
biggest adjustments. Ultimately, these questions should help you gain greater
clarity on your current situation.
21. . Assess your priorities
2Once you have a better sense of what you'd like to adjust, you'll want to
begin identifying what you want to prioritize. Some questions you might
ask yourself include:
• What really matters to me and am I doing enough of it?
• Where can I make compromises? Where can’t I? Where have I been making
too many compromises?
• What are some alternative actions I can take to ensure I am devoting
enough time and energy to my goals and relationships?
• Where can I integrate my responsibilities, so I honour more than one at the
22. Establish boundaries
Establishing boundaries is a crucial part of time management. And
communicating those boundaries will be equally important. If you can no
longer respond to emails promptly after hours because you're with your
family, your team will need to know.
Work boundaries fall into one of three categories—physical, emotional, or
time. Start by setting small boundaries and expand from there. Learn more
about how to set better boundaries at work.
23. Time management
3. Now that you know what your priorities are—whether that's spending
more time at work to aim for a promotion or cutting back on after-hours
emails by establishing boundaries—it's important to figure out how to
better manage your time.
Review how you currently spend your time and look for ways to adjust your
schedule where possible. You can "chunk" your time as a way to focus on
one area at a time, or use a matrix system to establish your priorities when
new tasks pop up unexpectedly. Learn more about how to manage your
time to boost your productivity and well-being.
24. Reflect, refine, repeat
Whatever actions you decide are needed to create a good work-life
balance, though, you should be conscious of the fact that you will likely
need to continue to refine it over time. Big life changes can take time, so
reflecting on your approach and refining it periodically will likely be
integral parts of the process.
25. Strategies for Employers
FLEXIBLE WORK ARRANGEMENTS: OFFER OPTIONS
LIKE REMOTE WORK, FLEXIBLE HOURS,
COMPRESSED WORKWEEKS, OR JOB-SHARING.
SUPPORT, AND WORK-
LEAD BY EXAMPLE:
EMPLOYEES TO FOLLOW
26. Tips for
Set clear boundaries:
Separate work and
personal life, establish
specific work hours, and
avoid bringing work
Prioritize and delegate:
Identify important tasks
and delegate when
possible to manage
Time management: Plan
and schedule activities,
prioritize tasks, and avoid
Take breaks: Regularly
take short breaks during
work hours to relax and
Engage in activities you
enjoy, exercise regularly,
get enough sleep, and
eat a healthy diet.
Learn to say no: Avoid
overcommitting and learn
to decline requests that
may overwhelm you.
– Recap the importance of work-life
– Encourage the audience to implement
the tips and strategies discussed
– Remember to utilize visuals, images,
and relevant statistics to make your
PowerPoint presentation more
engaging and impactful.
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