You are invited to turn off your phones and consider the impact 24/7 connectivity is having on your working and personal lives.
Technology has had a huge impact on the way businesses operate, and with the increase of innovation comes an expectation of being employees being constantly accessible – not switching off is a detrimental culture. Continual distraction, eroded work-life boundaries, increase in stress, decreased focus and productivity and loss of true human connection are just some of the negative impacts of being constantly connected.
In order to really thrive in a technological world, and be your best self both at work and at home, it is vital to have a healthy and sustainable relationship with your digital devices.
In this session, you will learn how to manage a healthy relationship to become our best selves professionally and personally.
What will you learn?
- An understanding of the current role your digital technology plays in your professional and personal life and the negative impact this could be having
- Discover how to make positive changes in your relationship with technology
- Learn practical tips to reclaim control and gain a healthy work-life balance
- Improve your wellbeing, creativity, focus and relationships
Who should attend?
This event is aimed at managers, aspiring managers, HR specialists, business owners, independents or professionals who have noticed their employees have a negative relationship with technology, or have been spending too much time on their phone.
See Laura Willis in action below:
Shine Offline works with organisations such as 3M, National Grid, The Crown Estate and Pret a Manger to help improve their relationship with technology.