What to expect: Join us for tips on how to de-stress your work and align your best energy with your most meaningful tasks.
We’re often overwhelmed by the volume of information and the many distractions we face at work. It’s no longer enough to just focus on time management: we need time to think about how we manage our attention, focus, and energy.
This workshop is built around the fun and engaging theme of the characteristics of a Productivity Ninja such as ruthlessness, weapon savvy and zen-like calm. We’ll explore brain science and best practices to help with your workflow, email, and the art of recovering from constant interruptions. With the application of a few key tips, you can realize time savings of 6 – 30 minutes per day, reduce stress levels, and experience the benefits of playful productive momentum.
About Jennifer Fox
In a field often dominated by theory, Jennifer Fox developed her leadership, coaching and facilitation style based on a gap she observed that was preventing people from achieving their desired results: using clear language, practical application and personal accountability. She has been endorsed as “One of the most practical, no nonsense Learning & Development professionals on the planet” by enthusiastic clients.
Jennifer previously held management and leadership roles at Nordstrom.com, Starbucks (corporate) and Getty Images. She is a trusted consultant to Twinings North America and regularly coaches hi-potential employees and leaders seeking to overcome obstacles in their careers or achieve personal development goals. Jen’s 25 years of experience has resulted in expertise in organizational design, coaching, performance and talent management, employee development, change management and project management. She has a track record of leveraging technology to accelerate the learning process and has been a leader in bringing social media solutions to unite individuals and teams. A self-described personal-learning junkie, she helps individuals and teams take the best ideas from today’s influencers and put them into action.