Women’s Workshop: Next Level – You Part 4 of 4 with Kristen Hadeed
August 24 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Topics: Women's workshop
As women, we are the default caretakers. Many of us have a tendency to put others’ needs above ours. And while we may thrive in this generous role, we can’t ignore the toll it takes on us: As the saying goes, you can’t pour from an empty cup. You have to take care of yourself so that you can take care of others. Easier said than done, right?
Kristen has been an entrepreneur and CEO for more than 14 years. In that time, she’s learned the hard way that there’s no easy answer when it comes to figuring out how to balance your personal life with being a leader. But what she has found is that if she’s not at her best, she can’t do her best work. Setting boundaries and carving out time for energy-giving activities has been essential to sustaining her ability to take care of those she serves.
In this session, Kristen will explore ways for you to make compassion for yourself a priority in your everyday routine. She will encourage you to think about what sustainable work-life harmony looks like for you, how to spot signs of burnout (and how to avoid it), how to own the habits that will lead you to feeling your best, and how to reframe your mindset around asking for help. Key takeaways:
● Understand how to achieve sustainable work-life harmony and help others do the same
● Identify the habits and energy-givers that will help you show up at your best
● Set boundaries around the energy vampires and habits that may be draining you
● Learn how to approach success in a way that avoids burnout
● Discover how to create an environment where everyone—including you—feels comfortable asking for help when they are overwhelmed
● Explore the give-and-take of achieving results and making sure you care for yourself in the process so that you can take your impact to the next level
Speaker: Kristen Hadeed – Founder of Student Maid
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