Conference – Finding the balance between work and home

29 septembre 2015

The Baie-des-Chaleurs Société d’aide au développement de la collectivité (SADC) invites the public to a free lecture by speaker Jasmin Bergeron, entitled “Finding the balance between work and home”.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015 – 7 p.m.
English presentation
Cascapédia-St-Jules Community Hall
55 route Gallagher

Wednesday, September 30, 2015 – 7 p.m.
French presentation
Quai des Arts
774 boulevard Perron
Carleton-sur-Mer

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This conference will enable people from all backgrounds to discover better ways of organizing and planning their time while conserving energy, a big boost for dealing with the faster rhythms of life. Known for his humorous and practical approach, Jasmin Bergeron delighted his audience with his lecture “The WOW effect,” during his previous visit to Baie-des-Chaleurs, in April 2014. He returns this time with a refreshing and compelling presentation on reconciling the demands of work and family.

“Succeeding in both your professional and parental objectives is certainly possible, but it is a challenge that is going to need more than good will!” according to Bergeron. Enthusiastic and dynamic, Jasmin Bergeron will inspire you and help you to adopt healthy lifestyle habits and find the balance between work and home.

“The techniques offered by Jasmin Bergeron will help people of all ages to enjoy a more balanced lifestyle, an ideal that workers in all walks of life are attracted by,” says Daniel Gasse, president of the Baie-des-Chaleurs SADC. “September is a good time to develop new strategies and to take a new look at your ways of doing things in order to be more efficient, less stressed and happier throughout the year,” he added.

The lecture is free and all are invited!
Register early, space is limited!

 

Renseignements :

Manuelle Ann Boissonneault
Conseillère au développement
[email protected]
418 392-5014 poste 224

Or

Mariline Lamy-Poirier
Coordonnatrice de projets
[email protected]
418 392-5014 poste 226