Have a more productive 2019: engage in the “mental game” to support personal productivity, build mental strength for resiliency and focus amidst distraction
The start of a new year is always a time of reflection on past goals and plans for future goals. This session aims to prepare you for a productive year by giving you tools and tips on how you can implement mindfulness in your daily life and work to improve productivity.
The “Mental Game” represents the new frontier of personal productivity. In this session Doug Heidebrecht shares practical strategies to help busy L&D Professionals build the mental strength to stay resilient, focused and positive in a world of unprecedented change and distraction.
Through interactive exercises, Doug will explore practical strategies that can be applied to life & work on the following topics:
• How to use Attention Engineering – the practice of intentionally designing where you want to focus your attention - to foster a positive, productive attitude.
• A short and sweet introduction on how to use mindfulness practices to increase focus and calm.
• Recharge strategies to maximize energy and reduce burnout at work. Specific tips to help you work with your energy, not against it.
• Best practices for managing technology (text, email, social media) to create a less distracted, higher quality of time.
KPMG, 46th floor, 333 Bay Street (at Adelaide Street West), Toronto
6:00 pm Registration, dinner and networking
6:30 to 8:00 Workshop
8:00 to 8:30 Q and A, and networking
(please note: if you arrive after 6:30, you will not be able to access the 46th floor and the meeting)
Members: $35 + tax
Non-Members: $50 + tax
Dinner is included. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions.
Doug Heidebrecht is an Adler Certified Professional Coach and Personal Productivity Expert who thrives on provoking individuals and teams into discovering a better way to work and a better way to live. Doug’s been in business for 24 years and his practice combines one on one coaching with team coaching and facilitated workshops. Clients include Rotman Executive Programs, Bank of Canada, Enbridge, Lilly, Roche, 3M, BMO, Johnson & Johnson Companies, Samsung, IFDS, Safran, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, Toronto Hydro, Sobeys, U of T, WLU, University of Waterloo and many more.
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