Learning path: balancing work and life

You don’t have to be in crisis mode to start tackling your work-life balance. Find out how to address smaller issues before they become big ones with advice on improving your well-being and becoming happier and more creative at work. Learn how to communicate with managers to resolve difficulties in getting the balance right and understand the possibilities with alternative working arrangements

How much time do you spend working in a regular week? And how much time do you have to yourself? How do you feel about this balance? This course helps you get perspective on your work-life balance and introduces ways to help you achieve a balance that works for you.

For these modules and many more, AMBA members can use our free and exclusive learning path ‘balancing work and life.

If you are an AMBA member, simply click the link below, to log into the membership platform, click Career Development Centre, then select ‘Learning’ and ‘Professional Skills e-learning’ from the top menu to access this course and several others.

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