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How to achieve that elusive work-life balance.

ACHIEVING a work-life balance comes under the spotlight.

Batley-born Jannine Oates, of Inspirit Learning Partners, will lead a workshop on work-life balance when the We Mean Business group meets for its business training session tomorrow. at Bailiff Bridge Community Centre.

Jannine, who has worked with business leaders around the world for global household brands, will deliver a two-hour session to identify stress management techniques and offer participants practical tips for balancing their home and work life while running a business.

It follows the success of the previous meeting on August 13, which also featured Jannine.

We Mean Business was launched by businesswomen Nikki Lockwood, Becky Ashwell, Rachel Gough and Beverley Shutak to support for small firms, sole traders and those thinking of starting a business.

The next We Mean Business networking meeting will be held on 10 September. Email

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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Aug 19, 2014
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