Northwestern Mutual
Why You Shouldnt Apologize for Balancing Your Work and Personal Life
< Back to Insights & Ideas

Why You Shouldn't Apologize for Balancing Your Work and Personal Life

Insights & Ideas Team •  October 9, 2015 | Focus on Women

One in three full-time employees globally say maintaining a healthy work-life balance has become more difficult in the last five years according to a 2015 report. But that doesn’t mean you can’t achieve it and still succeed in your career.

In our recent Inspiring Leaders Tour: The Power of You, Beth Rodenhuis, Senior Vice President at Northwestern Mutual, says learning not to apologize for balancing her work and personal life is one of two hard-won lessons she’s learned about achieving work/life balance. 

Why You Shouldn’t Apologize for Balancing Your Work and Personal Life One in three full-time employees globally say maintaining a healthy work-life balance has become more difficult in the last five years according to a 2015 report. But that doesn’t mean you can’t achieve it and still succeed in your career. In our recent Inspiring Leaders Tour: The Power of You, Beth Rodenhuis, Senior Vice President at Northwestern Mutual, says learning not to apologize for balancing her work and personal life is one of two hard-won lessons she’s learned about achieving work/life balance. Beth

Rate This Article