Why Customer Experience and Employee Experience are two sides of the same coin!

mybalance For Companies

Asking a lot From Your Team?

Is your company a top employer who asks a lot from its employees? Are delivering excellence, team collaboration, and work based on values some elements that keep you successful?

Then show your team you care! With a corporate license for mybalance.net you can provide all of your employees with free access to the web’s leading Life Balance resource. Users can assess and improve their Life Balance and you can create a more sustainable employee experience for your team.

Along with access to the portal, we can help you embed the mybalance package into your employee benefit portfolio. We also offer to complement the portal with Life Balance training – either in classrooms or online – as well as with Life Balance-related keynotes and presentations for your leadership meetings, sales kick-offs, customer events or conferences.

Contact us at team[at]mybalance.net to find out more.

Balanced Teams Create Stellar Customer Experience

Having trouble with the work-life balance of your team?
Why not drop that term as the first step toward improvement!

Our research shows that one of the most common employee complaints is lack of a good work-life balance. This complaint is right up there with poor pay, an inadequate budget to perform tasks appropriately, and grievances regarding bosses and managers.

We talk about improving the balance between work and life, but how crucial is that dichotomy to begin with? The first step in our solution is eliminating the term ‘work-life balance’ altogether.

Work is Bad – Life is Good?

Many of us spend a major portion of our time at work, making it highly unfortunate to view that big chunk of time as something negative we have to suffer through to get to the real or good part of our life outside. It’s time to stop thinking in terms of work balancing on the opposite end of life—rather, work should integrate into a life that has much more to offer.

Introducing Life Balance

Many external factors influence how we achieve balance. Work is one important part of our well-being, and the people with whom we interact with—partners, family, and friends—greatly influence how we feel about life. The way we view and treat ourselves also determines to a great extent the meaning and quality of the life we live. Balancing these five areas—self, relationship, family, friends and work—will help us achieve Life Balance and live a more purposeful and fulfilling existence.                             

Our Consulting Approach:
Improving your Team's Life Balance Will Make It More Resilient!

In times of work-place mergers, restructurings, leadership changes and an ever-increasing pace, many teams suffer and run low on energy. What used to be a high-performing, trusting, innovative and driving team can soon become an anxious group of individuals struggling to deal with upcoming challenges.

Offering guidance that goes beyond the work-space to help team members see their lives’ bigger picture, as well as offering practical and helpful advice on how to better balance their life will lead to immediate improvements in areas such as team morale, resilience, and flexibility.

Our Executive Coaching Approach:
Reducing your Leaders' Risk of Burn-Out Will Make You More Successful!

Burn-out is the ultimate consequence of a lack of Life Balance. Symptoms include feeling unreasonably guilty, worrying about negligence, stressing about work that can never seem to be accomplished. The feeling of a profound lack in a harried life can ultimately lead to a team losing key leaders who seek to escape this type of pressure and stress.

Coaches around the world can rely on mybalance to provide them with a full Life Balance Score™ report. This can complement other personality scores such as the Myers-Briggs or Birkman and fully customize the coaching program to the client's need.

We are happy to help you find mybalance certified coaches or certify the coaches you already work with.

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