Updated version of University of IL research based program designed to help people balance their work and personal lives. Designed to meet the needs of all working adults, it addresses the needs of working individuals systematically across multiple conceptual domains. The flexible curriculum is organized into five categories/workshops, one to two hours each, which can be presented individually or in combination, and can be tailored to address specific audiences. Topics explored include relationshiops with partners, extended family and friends, children (Parenting), work stress and physical and emotional well-being. (2007) – 5 CD-ROMS with printable curriculum materials for Units 1-5, DVD with videos for Units 1-5.
Interactive 3/8/06 UWEX videoconference featuring a presentation by Ellen Bravo, UW-Milwaukee professor and former Executive Director of 9 to 5, the National Association of Working Women. Both men and women feel the squeeze to balance their time at work with time at home. As working people they shoulder multiple life responsibilities. Bravo focuses on transforming the workplace to better support the sometimes conflicting needs of employees. (2006) - VHS VIDEO (59:00).