Time to Recharge, Renew and Recover
Managing Your Energy, Not Your Time
The ultimate measure of our lives is not how much time we spend on earth, but rather how much energy we invest in the time that we have.
Feeling a Bit Stressed About Work?
You’re not alone: Current research finds that more than half of US employees say they feel stress at work, with more than 70 % percent saying their stress levels have risen over the past year.
In addition to juggling projects and navigating conflicts with coworkers, working from home has added to the stress blurring the boundaries between work and personal lives.
It’s no surprise so many of us feel stressed out, exhausted, and drained of all energy
Energy Awareness is the First Step to Achieving Health & Balance
Managing your energy and not your time is the key to better performance and a more fulfilled life. To recharge yourself you must be aware of the costs of energy-depleting behaviors and then take responsibility for changing them. Key learning objectives of Karen's program, Time to Recharge, Renew, and Recover include:
Time to Recharge, Renew and Recover!
Everything we do, from workplace Zoom calls, to the time we spend with our friends and family requires energy. The quality of our actions depends very largely on the quality of our energy at the time when we act.
Join Karen and get a shot of energy as she shares practical yet powerful, researched-based strategies to increase your energy and diminish your stress.
Learn how to recharge your battery and energize others. In this program, you will discover that managing your energy and not your time is the key to better performance and a more fulfilled life.
“Our healthcare leaders had great reviews about Karen! She was an excellent presenter to our leadership team of 100+ members. We loved her energy, content, and interactions. Karen was intentional in customizing her topic to our needs. The leadership team shared that our session was timely and relevant. They appreciated the concepts around setting boundaries, taking time to recharge, and ensuring that self-care is a priority. Thank you, Karen!"!”
Director, HR Business Partner