Duration: 1 hour
Do you want to be more effective at work and at home? In a world of constant access and busy lives, everyone struggles with managing their energy and time. It is difficult to be engaged and effective when overwhelmed and stretched too thin. Today, individuals have more options than ever before in how they work, when they work, and where they work. These new ways of working can be an opportunity or a burden.
Individuals need a toolbox of techniques to cope with the demands and requests of modern life. This webinar shares a framework for helping individuals better understand approaches to dividing time and attention between the many demands of work and personal life. Jointly developed by CCL and Professor Ellen Ernst Kossek of Michigan State University, this framework helps individuals develop greater awareness of the many different ways to manage boundaries between work and personal life.
This webinar will help you understand:
- A framework illustrating the different approaches individuals bring to managing work-life boundaries.
- The tradeoffs associated with different styles of work-life boundary management.
- A five-step process for moving towards a more productive and sustainable way of managing the boundaries between work and family.
Marian Ruderman, Ph.D. is Group Director, Global Leadership and Diversity at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®). Her research focuses on the career development of women and the leadership challenges inherent in leading a workforce of people from different backgrounds, races, nationalities, ethnicities, and religions. Marian is currently co-manager of a major study that focuses on Leadership Across Differences. This multi-year project is designed to develop tools, techniques, and interventions that enable leadership to more effectively lead groups of people with very different histories, perspectives, values, and cultures. Marian co-authored Standing at the Crossroads: Next Steps for High-Achieving Women. This book presents original research looking at the fundamental pressures that influence the career and personal decisions of high-achieving women. The popular press has reported widely on Marian's work with citations in the Chicago Tribune, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Fast Company Magazine, and Working Women, among many others.
Phillip W. Braddy, Ph.D. works as a psychometrician in the Americas Research Group at the Center for Creative Leadership. His primary expertise is in creating and validating leadership assessments and in conducting scholarly research on leadership. In his assessment development role, Phillip co-created the Center for Creative Leadership's (CCL) WorkLife Indicator and Coaching Effectiveness 360. Phillip's research expertise spans many topics in leadership, but he is currently investigating research questions that pertain to biases and discrimination in leadership, leaders' work-family boundary management styles, leaders' feedback orientation, self-other rating agreement, and the relative importance of leader skills as they relate to leader effectiveness.
Ellen Ernst Kossek, Ph.D. is the University Distinguished Professor at Michigan State University's School of Human Resources & Labor Relations. A popular keynote speaker both in the U.S. and internationally, Dr. Kossek has trained, conducted research and consulted on workplace issues related to the changing workplace and organizational effectiveness with managers and university students at all levels. She was elected to the Board of Governors of the National Academy of Management, Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division Chair, and a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Her research involves managing organizational change on workplace flexibility, work and family/nonwork relationships, work processes, and the employment relationship; international human resources management: workplace inclusion; gender, and diversity. She has received major funding from foundations, governments and employers. Dr. Kossek is Associate Director of the Center for Work, Family Health and Stress of the U.S. National Institutes of Health Work, Family and Health Network. She authored or edited 9 books including CEO of Me: Creating a Life That Works in the Flexible Job Age on work-life patterns, which has been recently translated into Korean. Recently she had published a work-life flexibility assessment for training employees and managers with the Center for Creative Leadership. She has worked and conducted organizational research, leadership training and consultation in the U.S., Asia and Europe on employment issues and workplace transformation.