Online programmes

Integrating work and life


This course will help you and your team to a new understanding of work and the part it can play in the totality of a person’s life. It will deal with the falls clash that can exist between work and the rest of our lives, a perceived conflict which damages and limits both.

Content includes

  • To deal with the false tension between work and life and provide a new version of what a truly balanced and integrated life means. 
  • To help ensure people are fully present and engaged in work by seeing how integrated it is or can be with the rest of our lives. 
  • To enable you as a manager to find ways to make work engaging and meaningful for your people.

While you could take this course in an hour or so, it is our recommendation that it be taken over the course of a week to allow you to reflect on learning, check your understanding and plan how you will begin to apply the learnings. 
Trainer profile 
This is an online training programme delivered by Maybe International and its founder Brian F. Smyth. Brian has over 20 years of experience helping organisations in different parts of the world to achieve new levels of performance, success and overall well-being. Most of these organisations were large global companies in North and South America, Asia and in different countries across Europe. Others were non-profit organisations or smaller businesses both in Ireland and overseas. What they all had in common was a need or desire to achieve more and be more than they had previously been. He claims they all made it! 

Who should attend

This course is suitable to anyone

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Integrating work and life

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Course Cost

Member rate: €65
Non-member rate: €85
* Cost quoted per person
* Cancellation Policy: Any cancellations received in writing up to 5 business days prior to the event are refundable. All bookings are provisional until full payment is received.

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