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How can you achieve a better work-life balance?

Workshop in French

You’re constantly faced with choices: where to invest your time, energy and resources? In this workshop, discover and explore how to use your time and effort wisely to achieve a better pro-personal balance.

In this workshop :

  • Explore your choices: discover strategies for using your energy and resources wisely, to achieve an optimal work-life balance.
  • Evaluate and prioritize: Evaluate the different spheres of your life to identify your strengths and the areas that deserve your attention. By setting priorities, you’ll be able to direct your efforts toward what matters to you, promoting better balance and overall satisfaction.
  • Develop effective practices: Learn new work habits and the importance of breaks for well-being and productivity. You’ll leave with concrete tools to optimize your time and improve your efficiency while preserving your personal balance.
  • Create a personalized action plan: Leave with strategies, knowledge, and a concrete plan to organize your time and achieve a sustainable pro-personal balance. This plan will be tailored to your unique needs as an entrepreneur, enabling you to chart your course to success in all aspects of your life.

Who should attend?

This workshop is open to all women entrepreneurs, whatever their level of experience. Whether you’ve been in business for a while or are just beginning your entrepreneurial journey, this workshop offers you the opportunity to acquire skills vital to your personal and professional success.

Reserve your place now and get ready to better manage your time and achieve a better balance between your entrepreneurial and personal life.

About Stéphanie Dodier

Stéphanie Dodier is an experienced science teacher, lecturer and educational consultant. She works with various organizations and guides educators and professionals from all walks of life. Her specialties include neuroeducation, learning sciences, science education and environmental education. Her mission is to communicate effective practices supported by research. Stéphanie holds a Master’s degree in Education and teaches in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University. Her combined theoretical knowledge and expertise as a trainer enable her to offer a more global vision of education and communication. Finally, Stéphanie hopes that her passion for education is reflected in the way she raises her two daughters.


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