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    The Balancing Act - Practical Tips For Achieving Work-Life Balance

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    In our competitive business landscape, nurturing work-life balance isn't just essential— it's a crucial ingredient for thriving, productive and high performing people and teams.

    We invite you to join us at our May event, proudly sponsored by Keepr Property Co, as we explore the challenges professionals and business owners face when it comes to juggling multiple responsibilities. From household management to workplace expectations, we will be sharing practical tips you can take home and implement!

    Date: Wednesday 22 May 2024 

    Time: 5:30pm - 8:00pm

    Location: Hicksons Lawyers, Level 6/352 Hunter Street, Newcastle NSW 2300

    We are honored to have Tarnya Davis, Principal Clinical and Forensic Psychologist at NewPsych, as our esteemed guest speaker. Tarnya will be shedding light on crucial topics including:

    1. Understanding the distribution of unpaid work
    2. Exploring the intricate balance of managing personal responsibilities alongside professional duties
    3. Navigating the challenges of giving while grappling with the perception of self-care as selfish
    4. Discussing gendered issues such as the pay gap, workplace expectations, and the struggle of fulfilling a full-time workload within part-time hours.

    Light refreshments will be served. 

    Spaces are limited to 40 people, so be sure to grab your ticket today. Many thanks to Hicksons Lawyers for providing us a space to gather. 

    We look forward to meeting you there. 

    About Our Speaker

    As a mother of four teenage sons, a business owner with 70 employees and a practicing Clinical and Forensic Psychologist, Tarnya has both professional and lived experience of juggling acts. 

    With 30 years clinical experience, Tarnya has been the director of NewPsych Psychologists for 25 years. She leads a team of clinicians and support staff committed to evidence-based best practice interventions for individuals, families, teams, and organisations.    

    NewPsych is the chosen EAP provider for many businesses across NSW and Australia, with clients of all sizes and industries, such as Hunter Water, the University of Newcastle, Yancoal, Whitehaven Coal, Glencore, Bloomfield and multiple local councils across the state. The team is proud to have supported 35,000 clients and been chosen by over 100 organisations to support their combined 50,000 employees through Employee Assistance Programs.  

    Tarnya is also a published author and writes a weekly column for the Newcastle Herald. She is the psychologist the paper usually calls upon to comment upon topical issues and is a regular speaker on ABC radio. 

    About Our Sponsor

    At Keepr, they understand the monumental significance of buying a home—it's not just a financial transaction, it's about human connection. They pride ourselves on being relatable and down-to-earth because they've been in your shoes, navigating the complexities of the housing market with a blend of tenacity, determination, and reliability.

    Fearlessly asking the tough questions, they are not just any team; they are your trusted allies in one of the most critical moments of your life.

    Striving to lead the market, Keepr balances sophistication with approachability. Their expertise and extensive experience offer invaluable insight into seller strategy and the intricate world of real estate, making them a powerful advocate in your corner. By redefining stereotypes, they dispel the myth that a buyer's agent is a luxury reserved for the affluent.

    Keepr is dedicated to transparency and support for all buyers—whether you're a first-timer feeling your way through the market, someone with no time to spare, relocating from afar, or in pursuit of luxury. Every step of the way, they're committed to reimagining what it means to have a buyer's agent, making Keepr a brand for everyone.


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