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Time Management Training Elmwood Park IL

Local resource for time management training in Elmwood Park. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to training on time management skills, time delegation techniques, time usage analysis, time management strategies, goal accomplishment, and work scheduling, as well as advice and content on personal schedule planning.

Ben Dooley
(630) 484-2336
Elmhurst, IL
Coaching Types
Life, Performance, ADD ADHD
Rates
$100/Hr
Gender
Male
Membership Organizations
PCC

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Steve St John
(630) 920-8756
Clarendon Hills, IL
Coaching Types
Performance, Relationship, Money and Finance
Rates
$$200. per hr./Hr

Data Provided By:
Steve St John
(630) 920-8756
Clarendon Hills, IL
Coaching Types
Performance, Relationship, Money and Finance
Rates
$$200. per hr./Hr

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Crisis Line of Will County
(815) 744-5280
Plainfld Rd & Theodr
Joliet, IL
 
Sarita Johnson
(847) 205-9760
Northbrook, IL
 
Gabrielle Rose
(310) 998-7685
Chicago, IL
Coaching Types
Life, Career, Performance
Rates
$rate varies--various packages available/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
CLP

Data Provided By:
Ben Dooley
(630) 484-2336
Elmhurst, IL
Coaching Types
Life, Performance, ADD ADHD
Rates
$100/Hr
Gender
Male
Membership Organizations
PCC

Data Provided By:
Gabrielle Rose
(310) 998-7685
Chicago, IL
Coaching Types
Life, Career, Performance
Rates
$rate varies--various packages available/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
CLP

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Carl Joellen MA Lcpc
(815) 933-7887
110 Mooney Dr Ste 1
Bourbonnais, IL
 
Cognitive Counseling Center
(708) 503-9720
80 North St
Park Forest, IL
 
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Study: Flexibility key for dads to achieve work/life balance

Study: Flexibility key for dads to achieve work/life balance

James Dunsford
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Study finds many dads are seeking flexibility at work to spend more time with their childrenA new study has found that many fathers are seeking flexibility in their careers in order to spend more time with their children.

The study, titled "The New Dad: Exploring Fatherhood within a Career Context," found that a lot of fathers are taking advantage of options and opportunities to cut down on the amount of time they spend working such as time off after the birth of a baby, flexible work schedules and part-time work - all things once believed to be reserved for moms.

"A profound shift is taking place with today's new dads," the study's co-author, Brad Harrington, told the Miami Herald. "Men have redefined 'good father ' from breadwinner to role model, friend, mentor."

While switching to a more flexible schedule may be a bonus for your family, fathers have to deal with their employers to make it happen.

Among the parenting advice for making a schedule change at work is to first set up a meeting with your direct manager to discuss the idea. Presenting your plan in the context of how it will benefit the company is recommended as well. Offering a short trial period for any new arrangement will also help ensure all involved parties are happy with it.
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