Setting Healthy Professional Boundaries




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Setting and keeping healthy boundaries and asking for what you need are essential skills for household staffers who want to be happy and successful in their positions while having a healthy life / work balance.  But they’re not easy tasks.  Unfortunately, many of us have an inner voice that too often tells us that advocating on our own behalf is somehow selfish or wrong or just too scary.  But our silence doesn’t make the issues we’re facing go away, it just creates a chronic feeling of lack – of time, of support, of being respected – and injects a subtle yet destructive mix of anger and resentment into our employment relationships.  But it’s never too late to learn to be a great boundary setter and asker.  I promise.  Presented by Lora Brawley.

All registrations are non-refundable.  If you purchase an individual session and later decide to purchase the series, you will not receive a refund for your individual sessions.  Get information on the whole series here.

Lora Brawley bio
Lora’s passionate about helping nannies and parents effectively navigate the search and hiring process, building long-term, positive nanny / family relationships, and improving the quality of nanny care through supporting, connecting, and training caregivers.  In her 30 years in the nanny industry, she’s earned a reputation for providing a unique blend of common-sense strategies, intuitive guidance, and user-friendly tools to her parent and nanny clients.

All of Lora’s offering are infused with her expertise in interpersonal communication and conflict resolution.  As a certified family mediator, conflict coach, communications trainer, and Positive Discipline Parent Educator, she helps childcare professionals develop real world communication skills in a variety of training and facilitating roles including virtual adult training, coaching, center and school staff training. and conference presentations at local, regional, and national conferences including several NAEYC annual conferences.


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