On the 2nd of September Rina Barbut Will Give a Lecture about Work-Life Balance & Time Management

In an age of 24/7 connectivity, achieving work-life balance is more challenging than ever. A new study by Deloitte found that once salary is removed from the equation, work-life balance is the most important consideration for Millennials (generation born between 1981 and 1996 is comfortable in the usage of digital technologies and social media). weighing career options. One thing’s for sure. The development of good time management skills is an essential part of the workplaces of today and tomorrow, and not only for Millennials.

What actually work-life balance and time management are? Work–life balance is the lack of opposition between work and other life roles. It is the state of equilibrium in which demands of personal life, professional life, and family life are equal. Work–life balance consists of, but it is not limited to, flexible work arrangements that allow employees to carry out other life programs and practices, positive affirmations, visualization of your time management skills, using to-do lists, a daily planner, the POSEC Method etc. but there are so many of them so if you start search for yourself you might get lost. “What is the best way in exact conditions? What will suit for me?”.

This lecture by Rina Barbut will give you some tips for managing your time and making the decisions that she deems most effective.

Rina Barbut emigrated to Israel from Turkey in 2008. In Israel, she has advanced in her career and has worked in global companies (in positions related to business and technology) such as; Eset, Nice Systems, Microsoft and others. For many years, she has been a Jewish activist and leads the educational and social activities in Turkey and Europe.

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Date: the 2nd of September

Time: 8:30 p.m. UTC+3

Language: Hebrew

Duration – 45 minutes

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