You are completing a thought – a good one this time. Suddenly an email pops into your inbox. The phone begins to vibrate. Your fitness band is buzzing. And, sadly, that good thought is gone. Designed to help humans be more productive, technology can instead make us feel scatterbrained and fragmented – as if we are at once everywhere and nowhere. Although the multi-tasking habit can be a tough one to break, the rewards – clearer thinking, more innovative thoughts, and higher quality work are worth the effort. By implementing a few key strategies, we can re-define our role in the digital world – and improve nearly every aspect of our information-rich lives.
Join this free webinar where we'll discuss key strategies for improving focus, learning to concentrate, and breaking the multi-tasking habit for good.
Date: Wednesday, April 12th
Time: 1:05PM-1:25PM, Eastern Time (1:05 ET / 12:05 CT / 11:05 MT / 10:05 PT)
Agenda: Presentation (15 min), Q&A (5 min)
Join us live for a discussion where we’ll describe a methodical approach to improving focus and concentration. Key discussion points include:
The dangers of multi-tasking - and what it's doing to your brain
Strategies for how to choose what you pay attention to - and what to ignore
A game plan to help you focus
Who should attend: consultants, business development, department managers, executives, call hosts, call participants, IT Managers and Directors, Telecom Managers and Analysts, Administrative staff, Office Managers, Event Planners
There is no cost to attend this webinar.
Hope to see you on the webinar!
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