‘The Productivity Climb’
How to nudge your brain to stop wandering and be more efficient at work
In this workshop attendees will discover practical tools and strategies based on the latest research from Behavioural Science to improve their personal productivity. Attending the workshop will leave you with a better understanding of the reasons why we get overtired, and how to use powerful evidence-based techniques to perform better. The workshop will incorporate these state-of-the-art techniques that will enable learning by discussion and practical exercises.
You will learn:
- How to plan your day in ways that will make you feel less tired, more alert and more in control.
- How to sharpen your attention and stay focused on the task.
- What to do when you are overloaded.
- How to stop procrastinating.
- Effective ways to preserve energy throughout a working day.
Alena Rogozhkina, Founder of professional services start up Sonas (thehappinessatworkproject.com). At the core of Sonas is a uniquely designed ‘Better Working Lives’ toolkit, developed through cutting-edge research at the University of Stirling, that has been paired with powerful scientific results from Behavioural Economics.
Alena recently graduated from the University of Stirling with a Masters Degree in Behavioural Science for Management, having previously spent over seven years managing international teams.
If you would like to arrange a taster session of this workshop for your company, please schedule an initial 30 min Skype call with Alena using the schedule below. This would help to tailor the session according to your specific needs and concerns.