UK workers can use a couple of simple tips to improve work life balance, with to do lists, personal development targets and saying no.
Research recently published by the Public Opinion Programme in October 2015 found that 62 per cent of careerists in Hong Kong feel their work life balance has deteriorated in the last ten years. Reed Learning believe some simple tricks can help UK employees improve personal development and achieve career defining results.
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According to statistics 24 per cent of UK workers are stressed and do not know how to cope, with talking to family members and taking time off the most popular reactions to feeling overworked.
Reed Learning, which also delivers Time Management courses in London for individuals, as well as tailored, in-house learning and development programmes for teams, released some simple steps people could include, such as focusing on effective planning, delegation and saying no when necessary – all with the aim of improving a work life balance.
Personal Development Specialist Ben Waldman said “Statistics from Hong Kong show that without managing your day, there is a possibility of work life balance running away from you. A few simple tips – such as structuring a day or being confident in delegating tasks across a team – can make a huge difference to your working life, personal development and career progression.”
Reed Learning delivers Personal Development and Time Management courses in London for individuals, as well as tailored, in-house learning and development programmes for teams.