Workshop Offering to Introduce Managers to the Benefits of Workplace Flexibility

By: Audrey Adelson, MSW, WLCP

May 8, 2013

 

If you have been following us on Twitter or keeping up with the website you will recall that the Emory WorkLife Resource Center has been experiencing an increase in the number of requests for support with workplace flexibility from across campus in the past year. As a way to better serve the community, the center has put together an introductory workshop that will be open to any university manager that has an interest in creating a more flexible work environment within their business unit here at Emory. The workshop will be offered twice in June.

 

The session will be conducted by Audrey Adelson, Work-Life Consultant at the Emory WorkLife Resource Center. Ms. Adelson will lead managers through a discussion about what is meant by work-life and workplace flexibility. She will discuss the drivers and impact of flexibility today in the workplace and shed light on the current state of flexibility at Emory. The session will also point out top concerns expressed by managers when implementing flexible work arrangements. The end of the session will promote manager awareness to resources available at Emory for those interested in exploring new ways of looking at how, where and when work can be accomplished in order to better manage both work and personal effectiveness.

 

Register now! Seating is limited and will fill quickly.

 

Flex Session for Managers: An Introduction to the Benefits of Workplace Flexibility
June 10, 2013
9 – 10 AM
1599 Clifton Road Building, Room 1.432

 

Flex Session for Managers: An Introduction to the Benefits of Workplace Flexibility
June 20, 2013
1 – 2 PM
Goizueta Business School, Room 338