Workshops

Business consultancy and workshops available from Technology Wellbeing and The Digital Detox Coach.

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    Digital Distraction & Productivity

    Would you like to win back an extra 30 minutes a day?

    Dive into the strange world of why we love to be distracted, how the environment and digital habits trigger our behaviour, why being busy is not the same as being productive and how attention management allows you to get more done and with less stress.

    We live in a world where we have constant access to technology 24/7 and the boundaries between work and our personal lives have become blurred. Multiple apps compete for our attention, and algorithms and AI try to anticipate, personalise and influence the choices that we make. Therefore it's no surprise that the cost of so many distractions is the build up of stress and the feelings of constantly being busy.
    But it doesn’t have to be this way.

    This workshop is ideal for organisations with remote and hybrid employees.

    In this workshop participants will be provided with information and insights, and easy to implement practical strategies to improve focus & productivity, and to reduce the cumulative build up of stress.

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    the Digital Detox Coach Series
    Digital Detox

    Digital Detox to improve your creativity, productivity and physical and mental health.

    It’s not unusual for technology to leave us feeling overwhelmed, stressed, and struggling to stay focussed. We often feel the need to be always connected, always busy and never seem to have time for the important things like relationships, careers, or even our own health.
    But it doesn’t have to be this way.

    This workshop is ideal for organisations with remote and hybrid employees.

    Taking a regular digital detox is an essential ingredient in reducing the build-up of stress. However, it can be difficult to know where to start and to keep motivated for long enough to create more healthy digital habits. In this workshop participants will take away practical steps to improve their physical and mental health when working with technology.

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    Essential tools for the health & wellbeing of remote workers

    Research indicates that remote and hybrid workers are more likely to suffer feelings of burnout than full time office workers and younger workers report being more stressed.

    In this 90 minute interactive webinar, digital detox expert Colin Corby and stress management expert Liz Naik will explore the benefits that regular digital detoxing, stress management and resilience brings for remote and hybrid workers. Using research and simple to implement tools and techniques that can make an immediate difference to the resilience, health & wellbeing of remote workers.

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    The ‘Know How’ Series
    Team building - Tricks of the Mind

    A team building workshop to bring people together through an entertaining insight into our own reality and why what you think you see is not all that there is! It will challenge you to ask more questions and pay more attention to yourself, your colleagues and everything around you.

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    Consulting – digital culture

    The pandemic has increased the levels of anxiety, stress and work-related burnout risks worldwide. The more digitally transformed the workplace becomes, the higher the risk of burnouts. While digital transformation at work has many benefits and makes it possible for employees to work remotely and more efficiently, it creates business challenges that impact employee’s productivity, creativity and morale.

    Colin Corby is co-author of the international paper ‘Why a healthy digital culture matters’. He brings his wealth of experience in technology and digital wellbeing to help organisations create a healthier and more successful digital culture.