5 Ways to Overcome Distractions and Supercharge Your Productivity

February 11, 2016 Christian Graef

Nicole Lipkin, Psy.D., MBA.Webinar recording from
February 11, 2016

Speaker:
Nicole Lipkin,
Psy.D., MBA.

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Learn how to control the distractions and be more productive every single day.

Tune into this webinar, (without looking at your email or Facebook), to learn:

  • The science of stress, distraction and productivity
  • 6 ways your brain has been trained to distract you
  • 5 ways to retrain your brain to control distractions
  • How to reclaim self-control in the fight against distraction

It’s a subject we’ll never tire of discussing, partly because we’re constantly learning new things about it and partly because it plays such a huge role in our lives, both inside and outside the office. Productivity, that illusive state of being: how do we master our own minds to increase output and stop distractions from killing productivity?

Dr Nicole Lipkin, a business psychologist specialising in leadership, organisational development and consulting, and founder and president of Equilibria Psychological and Consultation Services, will take us behind the science of productivity, including the biological reasons why it’s so hard for us to remain focused in a world of constant notifications and interruptions, and how we can retrain our brain to control the influence distractions have on our productivity.

In this webinar, you’ll not only learn what’s sapping our productivity – hint: multitasking is doing us no favours – but you’ll learn how to manage those distractions and make the most of your time. Dr Lipkin – who is also the author of popular business book What Keeps Leaders Up at Night: Recognizing and Resolving Your Most Troubling Management Issues – demonstrates the effects of enormous stress upon our brains, warning us what can happen when we focus more distractions and less on the tasks at hand.

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