Work-Life Balance Evolved
Training Solutions for Today’s Workplace
Let’s face it. Work-life balance isn’t working. Despite widespread wellbeing initiatives and programs, employees are still struggling and organizations are suffering the consequences. The events of the last year and the introduction of hybrid workplace arrangements have complicated matters further.
We’ve all been told at some point in our career to leave work at work and leave our personal lives at home. Yet, it doesn’t take long to realize that advice is outdated when we carry a computer in our pocket and colleagues, family, and friends expect us to be reachable at any moment. It’s simply unrealistic to think that life will never interfere with work, that work will never intrude on life. And since the quest for a perfect work-life balance is failing, we believe that striving for work-life alignment is a commonsense alternative.
An Evidence-Based Solution
Our Creating Work-Life Alignment e-learning course is the result of a collaboration between Dion Leadership and Work Life Help (Dr. Ellen Kossek and Dr. Leslie Hammer).
Kossek (Basil S. Turner Distinguished Professor of Management at Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management) and Hammer (Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology at Portland State University and a Senior Scientist in the Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences at Oregon Health & Science University) have been researching and writing about work-life issues for nearly three decades.
Dion Leadership is dedicated to helping organizations acquire the skills they need to onboard, develop, and mobilize all levels of employees and create an environment where people are put in a situation to do their best work.
More Than Half of all Workers Feel Burnt Out!
Employee burnout has only gotten worse over the last year: more than half (52%) of respondents are feeling burned out, and more than two-thirds (67%) believe the feeling has worsened over the course of the pandemic.
Data from a 2021 Indeed survey of 1,500 workers of different age groups, experience leveles, and industries.