The Bigger Picture Series: Work Happy
Date and Time
Macdonald Hall, Room 232
Find balance. Beat burnout.
"You wake up early. You pack the lunches. You commute, work, study, reply to emails, keep up with friends, clean the house, tick something else off the list. If the stresses of daily life have left you feeling exhausted, you are not alone. Some would say that being ever-exhausted is a mark of modern life today." - Anna Maria Tremonti, CBC Radio
Want to learn how to break the cycle? We've put together a panel that will teach you how to become your most productive self and help you deal with the daily stresses of modern life. These lessons apply for students, entrepreneurs, young professionals, parents and anyone who feels like they've just got too much going on.
Meet our fantastic panelists:
Donna S. Lero is a Professor in the Department of Family Relations at the University of Guelph and is the Jarislowsky Chair in Families and Work. She co-founded the University’s Centre for Families, Work and Well-Being, where she leads a program of research on public policies, workplace practices and community supports.Donna has authored or co-authored over 35 major reports and book chapters on a range of topics related to the integration of work and caregiving roles across the life course including caregiving, parental leave, child care, and flexible work arrangements.
Jonathan Knowles, Vice-President, Tradeforce Tech
Jean Thompson, Wellness Educator, Wellness Education Centre, University of Guelph
For complete event details and registration, visit the Bigger Picture Series Eventbrite page
About the Centre for Business and Student Enterprise
The Centre for Business and Student Enterprise (CBaSE) offers transformational learning experiences that enable the collaboration of faculty and students with the local community. Learn more on CBaSE's website.
About the Bigger Picture Series
The Bigger Picture Series is CBaSE's flagship speaker series that brings guest lecturers to campus to explore a theme or trend in entrepreneurship. This is the second of four events in the 2016-2017 academic year.