Women and men today need a toolbox of techniques to cope with the demands of academic life. This highly interactive workshop will share a framework for helping individuals better understand approaches to dividing time and attention between the many demands of work and personal life.
Participants will learn:
A framework illustrating the different approaches individuals bring to managing work-life boundaries.
The tradeoffs associated with different styles of work-life boundary management.
A process for moving towards a more productive and sustainable way of managing the boundaries between work and family.
Participants will be asked to complete the 10 minute WorkLife Indicator assessment prior to attending the workshop. Once we receive your registration, we will email you a link to the assessment. Results will be distributed to you during the workshop.
2:30pm-4:15pm: Keynote Workshop by Dr. Ellen Kossek
4:15pm-4:45pm: Interactive Panel Discussion on the diverse WorkLife experiences of faculty at IU
4:45pm-5:30pm: Networking Reception
About the Presenter:
Ellen Ernst Kossek, PhD is the Basil S. Turner Professor of Management at Purdue University's Krannert School of Management and the Inaugural Research Director of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence. A popular keynote speaker both in the U.S. and internationally, Dr. Kossek has trained, conducted research and consulted on workplace issues related to the changing workplace and organizational effectiveness with managers and university students at all levels.
Dr. Kossek's research involves managing organizational change on workplace flexibility, work and family/nonwork relationships, work processes, and the employment relationship; international human resources management: workplace inclusion; gender, and diversity. She authored or edited 9 books including CEO of Me: Creating a Life That Works in the Flexible Job Age.
About the Women in Medicine & Science Conference:
Held each fall, the IUSM Women in Medicine and Science (WIMS) conference provides a collegial and professional environment for faculty, residents and fellows, students, and staff to discuss career advancement, particularly issues of interest to women.
There are no upcoming dates for this event.