As we stare down the hallway of another school year that is likely to be conducted remotely, at least in part, we will be locked in an epic battle of balancing WFH (work from home) with WFH (work, family, and health). Much of the stress and tension that surrounds our current state of WFH is due to lack of time. This has only gotten worse in quarantine, even if our commutes have been dramatically reduced. The prospect of remote work for us and remote schooling for our children seems like a vortex, sucking all the time in a day. This session will provide practical, “take and do” tools that find more time in your day so you have more time to balance WFH/WFH. At the end of the session, you will feel a sense of relief and prepared to show the school year who's boss.
Attendees will Learn
-3-5 habits for balancing work, family, and health and how to start using them
-5-8 hacks, i.e., products, apps, or shortcuts that will help make remote work and remote school easier
-A new way to approach organization
About this Speaker
Carrie is an innovative and strategic change agent who crafts order from chaos and solves problems for people and organizations. Over the last 20 years, first as an attorney and then as a higher education fundraiser and administrator, Carrie has created structures and processes for more efficient operations with a supreme attention to detail. She is a consummate connector who identifies links between individuals and institutions to advance not only the mission but revenue streams. Her ability to strategically set a direction, gauge progress with quantifiable metrics, and report outcomes in a precise fashion has made her a critical asset to presidents and CEOs. She is valued for her strategic thinking, operations acumen, and expertise in organizational structuring and assessment/ROI.
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Education and Experience
- Published author for professional association magazines, business journals, peer reviewed journals (print and online),
- Presented at numerous regional, national, and international conferences