60 minute interactive webinar
As the impact of the Coronavirus continues to unfold our relationships with our digital devices has changed. We have become more reliant than ever on technology to do our jobs and keep us connected to colleagues and clients. As home-working becomes the norm the boundaries between working and personal life is blurred as our work technology is ever present. The ever-changing nature of the pandemic’s impact has resulted in many craving news and social media more than ever.
This interactive webinar focuses on creating positive digital habits to protect work life balance, mental health, relationships and performance at work. Practical and uplifting, the session is based on research from the worlds of psychology and neuroscience, incorporates real life examples of changes individuals and organisations have made to improve digital wellbeing, and considers the impact of out of control digital technology management on employees.
- adjusting to a hybrid working model, comprising time at home and in the office, and ensuring performance and collaboration are maximised
- creating hard edges to protect work life balance and minimise overwhelm whilst working at home
- the importance of downtime and breaks from technology
- managing video calls and minimising ‘zoom fatigue’
- maintaining meaningful connections when working remotely
- managing personal screen time including media consumption in healthy and controlled ways
Two aftercare emails support behaviour change and an anonymous feedback survey establishs how effective the learning was in empowering healthier digital habits amongst employees.
The session can be delivered as a standalone or form the first part of a digital wellbeing and management programme covering various issues concerning the out of control use of digital relevant to and employees.
To discuss how we can help your business and your people thrive as we navigate through these changing times email firstname.lastname@example.org
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92% learning invaluable
95% empowered to make changes
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