home Perfecting your work/life balance (Series 5 – Show 2)
Many business owners arrive home late, tired and preoccupied. If you run your own business, just how can you strike the perfect balance between your business life and your personal life? Today’s guest talk about Perfecting your work/life balance.
Julie’s guests again in the studio again this week:
- Mark Walsh leads Brighton-based Integration Training – working with stress and time management, team building, communication and leadership. His speciality is ‘embodied training’, helping people be ‘human at work’. He has a background in psychology, outdoor education and charity work in conflicted countries.
- Soraya Shaw of Springboard Coaching has enjoyed a successful career in advertising, working at agencies such as Ogilvy & Mather on client relationships and brand responsibility for multi-national companies such as Unilever, Kimberly Clark and Johnson & Johnso. She set up her management and training company, Springboard Coaching six years ago.
- Curtis James trains people in Gettings Things Done, helping them to free their minds for the more creative and interesting things in life. He does this at regular workshops and clients’ offices on a one-to-one basis. Curtis has also worked in the music industry for fifteen years in just about every capacity you can think of and, alongside his training company, People Who Do, Curtis works with various parts of the music industry focusing on new forms of music.
Business as Usual is produced in the studio by Louise Micklewright and the executive producer is Paul McCarthy.