What you will learn:

Hybrid work is the “new normal” for many employees. For some, it means newfound freedom to determine how they get the job done. Others would rather return to the office full-time. Many workers are finding themselves somewhere in-between and are trying hard to “make hybrid work” – with varying results.

Surveys show stress levels among hybrid workers being higher than in pre-pandemic times. Yet, employees don’t feel like they have permission to take care of themselves. Burnout and “quiet quitting” are the results.

Intentional self-care allows people to pause and prioritize their to-do-lists in ways that respect their boundaries and capacities. It helps them be productive and feel more in control so they can thrive instead of simply survive in today’s hybrid world.

In this course, you will:
  • Reflect on how you view hybrid work and how this new way of working impacts your behaviors and success at work.
  • Learn about the benefits of developing an intentional self-care practice in a hybrid work environment - for yourself and everyone around you.
  • Create a self-care plan including new habits. By focusing on three key areas - your body, your emotions and your thoughts - you will get the job done and feel great doing it!
This highly interactive course is for team leaders and members interested in creating a culture focused on the well-being and productivity of its team members, whether they work remotely or in the office. The course can be offered for a duration between 60-90 minutes.

About the instructor:

Rita Wuebbeler is a passionate entrepreneur who facilitates team learning and coaches executives to fulfill their potential. Rita uses mindfulness and other awareness practices to enhance effective collaboration and allow her clients to thrive in today’s hybrid work environment.

Rita’s classes help participants to be more intentional in their work and personal life and accomplish what they want. She has fostered success with global corporations on four continents, non-profits and with U.S. government agencies, including the CIA. A native German with dual US-German citizenship, Rita applies her lived experience to help people navigate differences through awareness. In her free time, Rita trains for and participates in long-distance bike rides, raising awareness and funds for AIDS/HIV causes.
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