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How does one set healthy boundaries at the work place in order to achieve a better quality of life?

Setting healthy boundaries at the workplace requires a trusting and supportive culture, with management team and supervisors showing the way. At our personal level, we can do our part by demonstrating our commitment to achieving work objectives, and prove ourselves to be a consistent performer, a valued employee and colleague. As we gain respect from others, we are in a better position to be firm about our stand for quality work-life and we are also more credible when we need to present our case for flexible work arrangement.  There will be times when work-load becomes heavier than usual and coping becomes difficult.  We should be mindful to moderate ourselves and ensure that we do not operate at the same high intensity for prolonged periods. If work demands encroach on our quality of life and have detrimental effects such as threaten our relationships, then it would be time to consider other work opportunities.  We do have choices we can make.


Mrs Helen Lim-Yang is a work-life expert and Senior Partner of Capelle Consulting. www.capelleconsulting.com.

 

 
Was your baby born to be a kungfu master? Share the moment you discovered this talent and you and your little kungfu master chopper could walk away with chopping* vouchers! Submit your entries by 29 April 2018!

 

 

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Snippet of the day

How does one set healthy boundaries at the work place in order to achieve a better quality of life?

Setting healthy boundaries at the workplace requires a trusting and supportive culture, with management team and supervisors showing the way. At our personal level, we can do our part by demonstrating our commitment to achieving work objectives, and prove ourselves to be a consistent performer, a valued employee and colleague. As we gain respect from others, we are in a better position to be firm about our stand for quality work-life and we are also more credible when we need to present our case for flexible work arrangement.  There will be times when work-load becomes heavier than usual and coping becomes difficult.  We should be mindful to moderate ourselves and ensure that we do not operate at the same high intensity for prolonged periods. If work demands encroach on our quality of life and have detrimental effects such as threaten our relationships, then it would be time to consider other work opportunities.  We do have choices we can make.


Mrs Helen Lim-Yang is a work-life expert and Senior Partner of Capelle Consulting. www.capelleconsulting.com.

 

 

Contest of the month

Was your baby born to be a kungfu master? Share the moment you discovered this talent and you and your little kungfu master chopper could walk away with chopping* vouchers! Submit your entries by 29 April 2018!

 

 

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