Webinar: Get More Done in the Age of Distraction

LIVE WEBINAR

Wednesday, February 20, 2019 | 10 AM PT/ 1 PM ET 

With our 24/7 communications and hyper-fragmented work environments, how do Google, Adobe, and Evernote optimize their teams’ productivity and creativity?

Using the latest scientific research, UC Berkeley neuroscientists Dr. Sahar Yousef and Lucas Miller will teach you the same method they’ve perfected with Silicon Valley tech companies. Their main principle is understanding that today’s abundance of tech and communication tools are actually making us more distracted, busy, and stressed than ever before.

Join us on February 20, 2019, for a conversation on how to increase workplace productivity with UC Berkeley neuroscientists Dr. Sahar Yousef and Lucas Miller. We’ll discuss why it’s harder than ever to get work done at the office and share decades of research to improve focus and productivity.

You’ll learn:

  • Why your smartphone, email, and collaboration tools like Slack are distractions that need to be minimized in order to be more efficient, productive, and creative at work
  • How to redesign your day to take advantage of biological circadian rhythms
  • What the ideal environment for focus and productivity for all employees looks like in order to reduce stress, avoid burnout, and help create a healthier and happier workforce

Carving out time to focus and do quality work is a requirement for any leader in today’s world. Sign up today for a unique opportunity to hear from leading researchers how you can improve the lives of your employees while helping them become high-performing and efficient.

Fill out the form on the right to register!

Speakers: 

Dr. Sahar Yousef

Neuroscientist & Founder and Managing Director, Stoa Partners

Sahar is a cognitive neuroscientist at UC Berkeley and a lecturer at the Haas School of Business. She has conducted research on brain plasticity, human performance enhancement, and cognitive training, starting out in psychopharmacology and then transitioning to non-invasive training work through the Veterans Administration. Building on over 10 years of research in the field of human performance, her current consulting practice helps executives, engineers, and other creatives become more productive and effective at work.

Lucas Miller

Human Performance Researcher & Co-founder and COO, Stoa Partners

Lucas is a human performance researcher from UC Berkeley. A specialist in the science of learning, he is the best-selling author of Beyond Brilliance: The Blueprint for Learning Anything, an illustrated user’s guide to the brain, designed to equip students and professionals with the skills to accelerate their learning and reinvent themselves in a world of constant innovation and rapid change. Outside of the academic world, Lucas uses his background in neuroscience as well as his expertise in physiology and sports nutrition to help executives improve their focus and avoid distraction, manage stress effectively, and maintain high daily energy levels.

 

Greg Shove

Founder & Executive Chairman, SocialChorus

Greg is the executive chairman and founder of SocialChorus. He thinks that all employees, especially deskless workers, deserve to be connected every day to what matters to them at work. In the past, he has founded three other start-ups and worked at companies like Apple and AOL. He is also the co-creator of Telling Great Stories, a new way to train global leaders.

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