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1 Work-Life Balance in Advancement Friday, January 29, 2010 CASE District 1Conference Boston, MA Board & Leadership Development Strategic On-boarding & Professional Development Succession Planning Development Consulting

2 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Core of Work-Life Balance Two key concepts: Achievement Enjoyment From:

3 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Achievement Success Result of effort Competent at work/project

4 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Enjoyment Pride Satisfaction Happiness From: Celebration Love Sense of Well Being

5 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Work-Life Balance >Not an equal balance >Will vary over time, often on daily basis >Different priorities, different lives >Focus on both as key for balance From:

6 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Four Life Quadrants Family Friends/Community From: Self Work

7 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Survey of Advancement Staff 97 completed surveys: CAO21.8% Senior Associate24.1% Director25.3% Associate/Assistant23.0% Manager 5.7%

8 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Years in Advancement Less than 3 years 6.3% 4-6 years11.5% 7-10 years16.7% years14.6% years15.6% years14.6% More than 25 years20.8%

9 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Age Millennials (21-27 years) 2.1% Young Xers (28-35 years) 16.7% Sr. Xers (36-43 years) 17.7% Young BB (44-54 years) 39.6% Sr. BB (55-64 years) 22.9% Post WWII (Over 65 years) 1.0%

10 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Personal Overview Married/living w/partner84.4% Both careers outside/home81.7% Primary mgr of household64.5% Children under % Primary care of children66.7%

11 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Work Week hours/wk29.9% hours/wk22.7% hours/wk21.6% ******* Stayed same49.5% Increased41.2%

12 Work Week 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com

13 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Support in Your Work Blackberry/PDA74.2% Full/Part Time Assistant75.0%

14 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Expectations of 24/7 available Yes47.9% No52.1%

15 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Devote to Reading Professional Journals, Newspapers, Etc. Less than two hours/week63.9% Three to five hours/week30.9%

16 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Vacation Take annually97.9% Take all allocated32.3% Usually take: 38.7%Three wks 32.3%Two wks 26.9%Four wks

17 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Vacation, continued Contact w/office68.0% Check/respond 100% Voice Mail56.7% ******* Contact w/advancement staff32.8% Contact w/senior admin29.9%

18 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Three factors to consider in position Organizational Culture71.9% Work Style of Supervisor52.1% Tied for third: Health & Other Benefits28.1% Institutional Mission28.1%

19 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Personal Activities Decreased39.6% Increased30.2% Remained same30.2%

20 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Exercise Regular (3-4 hrs/wk)49.5% Decreased in 5 yrs52.1%

21 Exercise Schedule 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com

22 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Sleep Seven to eight hrs/night63.2% Five to six hrs/night34.7%

23 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Your Health Diagnosed w/stress related health conditions 26.3% Consider self healthy eater 83.3%

24 Stress Diagnosed with Stress Related Heath Condition Young Xers20% Senior Xers35% Young Baby Boomers30% Senior Baby Boomers 23% 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com

25 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Case Studies #1Maggie Smith Westin University #2Michael Sutton Cambridge College #3Anna Farmington Cobblestone College

26 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Work-Life Balance in Advancement Questions & Answers

27 11/18/2013www.woolbrightgroup.com Presentors Bob Dietrich Executive Director, Individual Giving Northeastern University 716 Columbus Avenue, Suite 402 Boston, MA Tele: Cynthia Woolbright, President The Woolbright Group Stony Point Landing 667 Midship Circle Webster, NY Tele: Website:


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