Work-Life Balance

Author:
Dr Darryl Cross
Date:
July 15, 2020
Type:

Working from home required an adjustment and no doubt had an impact on work-life balance. Now as many of us think about going back to the office, even part-time, another adjustment will happen. How do we maintain the balance in life during this time of change? Watch Dr Darryl Cross and see how driving the 'bike of life' yourself can help.


Dr Darryl Cross is a clinical and organisational psychologist as well as a credentialed executive and career coach and an accredited family business advisor. He is also an author, facilitator, international speaker and university lecturer. Dr Darryl assists people to find their strengths, fulfill their potential and reach their goals. He works with businesses to facilitate communication and create positive cultures. Further information on Dr Darryl can be seen at www.DrDarryl.com and www.LeadershipCoaching.com.au and he can be contacted at darryl@crossways.com.au 

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