Corporate and Personal
|Graeme Russell||An associate professor of psychology at Macquarie University in Sydney and a director of Work+Life Strategies support his article with Australia research. Examples as follows:
|Page 5||NRMA and AMP conducted long-term, comprehensive cost/benefit analysis of their Work/Life initiatives and have demonstrated significant bottom-line benefits.
|Page 6||NRMA implemented a range of policies and practices to reduce work place stress, which increased parental, leave return rates from 32 to 84%. Resignations reduced from 30 to 22%. The cost/benefit analysis over a fiveyear period amounted to a saving of 12 million dollars.
AMP implemented policies to reduce, work place stress and the return on investment amounted to 400%.
|Page 7||Job stress is estimated to cost the American Industry 200 - 300 billion dollars annually.
A.C.T.U. Recent study by the Australian Council of Trade Unions found that 1 in 4 workers had taken leave because of workplace stress.
Workplace stress identified by nine common factors.
|Page 9||Graeme Russell suggests that co-operation between the organisation and the workers to achieve the balance they both seek requires developing and implementing work and family strategies. Graeme lists 7 examples of work and family principles.
|Dr E. Jeffrey Hill||An associate professor of Marriage, Family and Human Development at Brigham Young University and Human Resource professional at IBM specialising in Work/Family issues.
|Page 10||Finding Harmony and avoiding dissonance.
|Page 14||Work and Family Life Trends.
|Page 16||Work/Family programs are being seen as Strategic rather than accomodative.
|Dr John M. R. Covey||International recognized specialist on Work v. Life/Family Balance issues comments:
|Page 18||Is there a Business Case for Work and Life Balance? How to improve the 'bottom line'
|Page 19||(2/3rds down in the second column) A new paradigm is being established in workplace reform mandating the need for co-operation rather than confrontation.
|Page 19 & 20||30 current trends in workplace reform of Family-friendly companies.
|Page 24||U.S. companies that have implemented Family-friendly policies and improved financial performance.
The concepts and information outlined in the accompanying material relate to a number of needs and challenges now being recognised in both the workplace and in the lives of individuals.
The "Corporate and Personal Empowerment Strategies" are specifically designed as solutions to meet those needs and solve the challenges.
Presenter Bill Davison D.C.,D.O.,N.Y.
16 X 2 Hour Segments = 32 Hours
Modules of Personal Development
Each module can range from 4-6 segments of 2 hours each.
Suggested Breakdown of Times (Segments)
|Choice A||Choice B|
|Module I||5 Segments||4 Segments|
|Module II||5 Segments||4 Segments|
|Module III||5 Segments||7 Segments|
One segment for Introduction and Overview
SEGMENT ONE OVERVIEW
BASIC NEEDS (adapted from Maslow's chart)
REMEMBER: MASLOW suggested a HIERARCHY
ie. Before achievement can be reached other basic needs must be met first at least to some degree. See above.
As a person progresses through the levels they will move quicker as they assist others to do likewise. As they near the top they will gain greater satisfaction as they help others to work through the levels themselves.
THE PROGRAMME WILL DEAL WITH THESE AREAS:
MOD I PHYSICAL HEALTH AND STRENGTH
MOD II MENTAL / EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND STRENGTH
MOD III SPIRITUAL (SOCIAL AND RELATIONSHIP) SKILLS
MOD I PHYSICAL (Health risk management and empowering the physical body)
EXERCISE DIET NUTRITION
RECREATION (SPORT AND FAMILY)
FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
MOD II MENTAL / EMOTIONAL (Stress risk management and empowering states)
|HOW TO CHANGE:
DISEMPOWERING STATES INTO
|FEAR, DOUBT, WORRY||COURAGE|
|FATIGUE AND WEAKNESS||POWER|
|LOW SELF IMAGE AND LOW SELF ESTEEM||CONFIDENCE|
MOD III SPIRITUAL (interpersonal) (Conflict risk management and empowering the organization)
MODULE I CORPORATE AND PERSONAL EMPOWERMENT STRATEGIES
PHYSICAL HEALTH AND STRENGTH
(Health risk management and empowering the physical body)
MODULE II CORPORATE AND PERSONAL EMPOWERMENT STRATEGIES
MENTAL / EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND STRENGTH
(Stress risk management and empowering states)
MODULE III CORPORATE AND PERSONAL EMPOWERMENT STRATEGIES
SPIRITUAL (interpersonal) HEALTH AND STRENGTH
(Conflict risk management and empowering the organization)
Corporate and Personal Empowerment Strategies
Supportive Educational Material
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