Tuesday, March 26
3:30 to 5 p.m. | Social 5 to 6 p.m.
DoubleTree by Hilton & West Fargo Conference Center
Should we feel guilty when we check work email during family time? Are we cheating our company when we text our kids during the workday? With technology that connects all aspects of our lives and different expectations from multiple generations in the workplace, it is harder than ever to separate our personal and professional lives and achieve the balance we’ve all been striving for. Perhaps we should stop trying to achieve perfect balance and strive for a healthy fusion instead. In this session, we’ll introduce the concept of work-life fusion and discuss practical ways to find and maintain the right fusion in your life.
What will you learn?
- Differentiate between work-life balance and work-life fusion
- Articulate aspects of your roles that build energy and areas that drain energy
- Learn to create an individual approach to infuse more energy builders into your day
HR & Accounting Instructor
Minnesota State Community
and Technical College
About the presenter
Dana spent over a decade in the software industry serving in individual contributor and leadership roles from product development to product management/strategy to human resources. As a college professor at M State, she teaches students ranging in age from Gen Z to baby boomer, and from various ethnic and cultural backgrounds in the areas of Human Resources and Accounting. She also develops and delivers customized leadership, team and personal development sessions for organizations across various industries. As a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach, Dana has coached over 300 individuals and teams in discovering and harnessing the power of their individual and collective strengths to achieve success - both personally and professionally. She earned an Accounting degree from MN State University Moorhead and is a CPA. Dana lives in Moorhead with her husband and their three daughters.
Chamber members: $25 in advance | $30 at the door
Non-members: $35 in advance | $40 at the door