Work-life balance


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Personal competencies

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Current mental health and life satisfaction findings reveal that work-life balance, inner peace, and stability are among the most critical human priorities and needs. This workshop is fully dedicated to establishing and maintaining balance and harmony in personal life, at work and in relationships with others - both in the workplace and the family. It aims to enable participants to map their current situation, become aware of the fundamental pillars of their life balance, find a way towards greater harmony between the work and personal planes and promote mental and physical balance. Through practical and interactive exercises, participants will learn simple and proven practices that are highly effective for increasing and maintaining inner balance, well-being and a positive attitude towards themselves, work, other people and life in general.


  • What matters? – Let's start with priorities.
  • The more, the better. – The risks of work overload and the illusion of multitasking.
  • Where do you find the time and energy? – Sources and leaks of time and energy. Habits and good habits.
  • Do I have to do it alone? – Developing supportive relationships and the importance of social support.
  • How do you restore overall balance? – Practical exercises to harmonize mind and body.
  • And where to go from here? – Your plan for a balanced life.


  • You will remind yourself of your values and priorities in life.
  • You will become aware of how you usually approach your work and how this affects your performance and satisfaction.
  • You will learn to tap into your resilience resources and identify risk situations and areas.
  • You will improve your time management and enhance collaboration with colleagues.
  • You will learn simple and effective techniques to promote focus and overall harmonization.
  • You will get new suggestions and guidelines for inner balance and harmony between personal and professional life.


doc. PhDr. Alena Slezáčková, Ph.D.

Dept. of Medical Psychology and Psychosomatics, Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk University

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Alena Slezackova, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk University. Her scientific interests include mental health and well-being, hope, and mindfulness. She is a certified Resilience Practitioner, a founder and director of the Czech Positive Psychology Centre (CPPC), a member of the Advisory Council of the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA), a member of the Boards of the European Network for Positive Psychology (ENPP) and of the Mindfulness Research and Practice Network at Masaryk University. She is a member of several international research projects. She is the author of the first comprehensive monograph on positive psychology in the Czech language and many publications in health psychology and positive psychology. She is also engaged in lecturing and tutoring activities.

Czech Positive Psychology Centre


Školicí místnost CERPEK (místnost č. 328), Komenského náměstí 2, Brno.

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