Creating sanity begins with taking responsibility for your life. You can only change your life in proportion to what you claim responsibility for, not what you can control.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 14, 2009
As companies struggle to stay afloat, managers and employees alike face the challenge of staying productive and creative in a difficult environment. The most important resource an organization has is its employees. But, they may not feel that way as downsizing, restructuring, or cost-saving measures in the new economy add responsibilities, uncertainty, and stress.
An online self-assessment tool entitled Creating Sanity helps employees achieve balance with work and personal priorities. By placing deliberate and appropriate priorities to tasks, Creating Sanity teaches responsibility and accountability and creates a sense of fulfillment for employees during difficult times.
A recent study by The Corporate Executive Board discovered what keeps employees productive and happy in times like this, aside from a paycheck, is work life balance.
"Creating sanity begins with taking responsibility for your life. You can only change your life in proportion to what you claim responsibility for, not what you can control." - Dr. William Guillory
Dr. William Guillory, the founder of Innovations International, is an advisor to Fortune 500 firms and government organizations. More in-depth exercises and explorations into productivity and personal professional growth can be found in Tick Tock… Who Broke the Clock?--Solving the Work Life Balance Equation, a book he co-authored with Trapper Woods.
Innovations offers this and many other resources for free on their website at http://www.innovint.com. With over 25 years assisting clients in organizational transformation the consultants at Innovations International are experts in the field of employee development. They can help any organization meet its own goals with their work life balance seminars, workshops, and surveys.
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