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Modern life presents many challenges for women. Along with pressure to succeed in career, many face huge expectations in their home life too. Striving to balance these demands can make a woman feel stuck, even while she knows she’s capable of so much more. We’re so busy working so hard, we rarely have time to align our work priorities, let alone our life priorities. In 2016, Community Business organized a DIAN professional development series workshop on how leading organizations are redefining the way they look at work to optimize the happiness, health and engagement of their employees. Back by popular demand, Em Roblin, the founder of Circles2, a firm that designs and delivers programs to increase the individual and organizational impacts of women, will shift the focus to the individual, to what you can do to feel more in control of your life balance. Come prepared to reflect and share, not only about your work, but about your life. Because afterall, life includes work. And when apply the right attitude and an honest effort across all of things important to you, you’re career will thrive too.
The Workshop will be held in September. The finalised date will be updated in due course.
Fri 1 Sep 2017
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Fri 1 Sep 2017
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Sun 1 Jan 2017
|Venue||Courtyard by Marriott Shanghai Central|
|Delivered by||Em Roblin | Circles2|
|Target Audience||Leaders and Diversity & Gender specialists|
Em has been based in Beijing for a decade and has been working regionally in Asia since she founded Circles2 (formerly LEAP) in 2010. Em is focused on developing female leaders, and works both within organizations to support strategic Diversity and Inclusion projects to attract, retain and advance talent as well as with professional women to be their best selves both in and out of work. She started Inner Circles, a program to build the capacity of professional women, currently running in several cities around China. Em has worked with Fortune 500 companies from a range of industries including financial services, technology, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, consumer products, and more. She has been invited as a guest lecturer at several notable universities including Peking University, Tsinghua University, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, INSEAD, University of California and was recipient of the Ernst & Young Women in Business Inspiration Leadership Award in 2011.
Em is happily married with three kids. She's famous for her authentic approach to the integration of work and life -- and as a jetsetting mom-baby duo. She stays active whether it's through marathons or as a hobbyist aerobics instructor. She is Canadian.
|Training Format||1/2 Day|