Life after lockdown: how will it affect you?

Coach Judith Wardell is offering two free webinars on the issues raised for older workers by lockdown and our emergence from it.

older woman in her 50's discussing her career options

 

A leading coach who specialises in helping people prepare for their later career and retirement is holding a free webinar on life post-lockdown this week.

Judith Wardell, founder of The Time of Your Life, will hold the free one-hour Life after Lockdown: How will your future be different? Zoom webinar on Friday at 1pm and then again on 1st July at 1pm.

She will work through different people’s experiences of lockdown from having the time to taste a different pace of life and enjoying working from home to identity issues due to being on furlough or facing redundancy and exhaustion due to juggling work and caring responsibilities as well as mental health issues.

She says: “As we move gradually out of lockdown you will need to create a new ‘normal’. The key question now is how to move forward in a way that is right for you.”

She adds that the world of work will be very different from the pre-lockdown one, making it an opportunity to reshape it in ways that suit workers better.

She will be discussing happiness – what is it and how you can become happier and will challenge a few myths about ageing and show participants how to make the most of longer lives.

Judith will also share the principles behind her 3-step ‘Time of your life’ coaching programme.

To register, click here.



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