10 Tips on How to Manage WFH While Keeping Your Sanity 

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An energizing session on how to make WFH more effective and productive. Terry Yoffe will offer tips on how to stay motivated, maintain relationships, and manage stress while we all adjust to our “new normal”. You are sure to leave with several great ideas!

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During the challenges we face both as companies and individuals, Dataline continues to support our industry friends and colleagues and wishes everyone good health.

 

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Terry Yoffe

Terry Yoffe

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Terry Yoffe is an ICF, CTI and CRR certified personal, executive and business development coach based in New York City.  As an affiliate member of the Institute of coaching at McLean Hospital (a Harvard Medical school affiliate), she helps clients remove obstacles to break through and achieve desired personal and professional goals.  This is accomplished in part through self-awareness, self-exploration, clarification of goals, action plans and by building strong relationships.  Terry has coached hundreds of high-achieving business professionals ranging from young professionals and entrepreneurs, to mid-level managers and C‑Suite executives in both corporate and private practice.  Contact Terry at www.trycoaching.com or by email at terry@trycoaching.com.

Kim Johnson

Kim Johnson
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Kim Johnson is a Senior Account Manager at Infogroup working in the marketing industry for 21 years. A B2C & B2B sales professional skilled in Direct Marketing, Digital Strategy, Multi-channel Marketing, Integrated Marketing, and Campaign Management.  To maintain life balance, a E-RYT 500 Yoga instructor & practitioner for the last 6 years.

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