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We’ve been hearing for several years that communities are being affected by the pandemic, and it is absolutely true! Individuals are bearing the brunt of the COVID-19 Crisis in both their workplaces and at home.
While maintaining work/life balance has always been challenging, it’s been made even more difficult while living through a pandemic. We are increasingly putting our health and wellbeing at risk if we don’t make room for it.
Achieving work/life balance begins with figuring out what will work best for you but there are a few steps that should be essential to the process of maintaining your health and wellbeing, which is the ultimate goal of work/life balance.
Come join a panel discussion with women in leadership roles from the Infrastructure NZ network hosted by Dana Traenkle (a Wellbeing Coach from EY) to find out more about their journey with obtaining a healthy work/life balance.
Alisha is the MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Process) Team Lead for the Christchurch water team at Stantec. In her current role, she has the privilege to grow and lead the team for the Christchurch Water business. She is also PTL (Project Technical Lead), responsible for delivering community-focused water infrastructure improvements. Alisha is also Chair of the Canterbury WIN Chapter.
Margaret is the Chair of Infrastructure New Zealand, having been elected at the 2021 AGM. Margaret has been an active member on the Board for a number of years and is a professional company director, working primarily in the infrastructure and service sector. She has a particular focus on people and culture. She is currently Chair of Watercare and the Lyttleton Port Company, and a director of Aurora Energy, DairyNZ, Hamilton Airport, IT Partners Group, Waimea Water and WINTEC.