point
Menu
Browse by year:

Five Commandments to Follow to Maintain 'Work Life Bank Balance'

Sairee Chahal, Founder & CEO, Sheros
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Sairee Chahal, Founder & CEO, Sheros
Headquartered in Noida, Sheros provides a platform for women and offers the most diverse range of engagement formats including corporate jobs, returning professionals, partner programs, and work from home, part time, freelancing, and franchising and internship programs.

'Work Life Bank Balance' - the work life conversations for women now include the financial possibilities. The opportunities provide them the confidence, independence that the women seek. An opportunity that fit their life style and helps them navigate through the career maze helps this talent group to grow, personally, professionally and financially.

When we look at women at work, we know they have come a long way in terms of work type, profile, taking risk. The support system has also changed over the years. We are on the right track and we need to continue on the same path.

For that 'Work Life Bank Balance', here are the 5 commandments to follow:

  • Learn Unlearn and Relearn: - Women should keep an open mind and be ready to learn new things, unlearn to improve and relearn to further enhance their skills. In lieu of succumbing to the work pressure, women should understand that skill enhancement is a continuous process and that it never ceases. Find opportunities for self-training and read more books and blogs. Make an effort to learn new skills and practice them as much as possible. Having said that, allow me to quote Eric Hoffer, who once said, 'In a time of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future. The learned usually find themselves equipped to live in a world that no longer exists'.



  • Share on Twitter
    Share on LinkedIn
    Share on facebook