For something that’s meant to simplify our lives, technology – or our misuse of it – often makes things feel way more complicated and stressful.
The daily juggle of online video calls, emails incessantly pinging into your inbox, texts and WhatsApp messages to read and reply to – it’s no wonder we’ve all found the digital demands on our time and attention a bit too much to handle at times.
With National Stress Awareness Day on 2 November, now is a good time to explore how to help your people thrive in our “always on” hybrid world.
For your employees, helping them to manage their time and focus not only empowers them to perform at their best, it also makes for a healthier, happier working culture throughout your organisation, whether employees are working remotely, in the office, or on a hybrid basis.
Minimising digital distractions and resetting the balance between work time and downtime can pay dividends for increasing motivation, improving job satisfaction and fostering a positive mindset.
That’s where speakers like the inspirational Laura Willis come in. Laura co-founded Shine Offline in 2015 with the aim of helping businesses to understand the importance of supporting staff to have healthy and sustainable relationships with their work and personal digital technology.
Clients to date include National Grid, O2, PwC, ITV, Barclays, Pret a Manger, Sky and the UK Parliament, and Laura’s become one of the UK’s leading experts on managing mental wellbeing in a digital age, as well as a respected thought-leader on protecting work-life balance.
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