Seminar: The Stop Overworking Formula For Women Architects

January 25, 2024

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The Stop Overworking Formula For Women Architects





Join AIA CNJ and AIA NJ Women in Architecture for this Virtual Presentation: 

The Stop Overworking Formula for Women Architects

February 23, 2024

1 LU (pending)

Are you a woman in architecture who struggles with overwork, work stress, or even burnout? Your brain continues to spin with work-related worries even when you’re not there, and it’s hard to take time off without guilt or to be fully present with your kids, your partner, or your relationships outside of work?

As a leader, you take on too many tasks and struggle to say no. You’re constantly being pulled into inefficient meetings and work in the weeds, and you worry constantly about whether it’s all enough, if you’re good enough, and about keeping everyone happy.

If you struggle with this—and even fantasize sometimes about having a boring easy job (but you know that wouldn’t satisfy you either)—this training is for you. You’ll learn the real reason why so many high-achieving women leaders get stuck in overwork and what you can do about it. You’ll learn the surprising pathway to achieving more in your career by doing less. You’ll learn how to get out of the weeds and operate at a higher level in your work so you can have more impact, more satisfaction, and more time and mental space to enjoy everything outside of your job in this one precious life.

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