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Having personally experienced how our always-on digital culture is compromising people’s wellbeing and is counter to optimal and sustainable performance, award-winning researcher and speaker Dr Kristy Goodwin is on a mission to promote employee wellbeing and bolster workplace productivity in an always-on digital world.

As one of Australia’s digital wellbeing and productivity experts, she shares practical brain-based hacks to tame tech habits and the latest evidence-based strategies to decode the neurobiology of peak performance in the technological era.

Senior business leaders and HR executives from the country’s top organisations engage Dr Kristy to help them promote employee digital wellbeing and performance. Her roster of clients includes Apple, Macquarie Bank, Deutsche Bank, Bank of Queensland, DLA Piper, Westfield, Randstad, the Reserve Bank of Australia, Cuscal, State Street, National Broadband Network and Foxtel.

A 2018 Workplace Distraction Report, by Udemy found that 75% of employees said minimising workplace distractions would enable them to complete more work and be more productive.

A 2018 YouGov Galaxy Poll, conducted in partnership with Medibank, found that 70% of Australian employees don’t feel like their workplace supports their wellbeing enough. Wouldn’t you love to be one of the 30% of companies who are meeting their employees’ needs?

I work with high-performing teams to establish an organisation’s digital guardrails. The co-creation of guiding principles for hybrid work ensures employees’ wellbeing and productivity are strengthened. I provide brain-based solutions to working remotely and online by decoding the neurobiology of peak-performance in a digital age. To facilitate lasting change the following series of phases are recommended:

Tackle your productivity and wellbeing issues with clearly delineated best work practices based on neuroscience and psychology.

Dr Kristy helps organisations understand the broad-ranging impacts technology is having on employees (and their families) and how to fix it. Dr Kristy helps businesses prioritise their employees’ digital wellbeing, bolster their performance at work, minimise digital distractions and preserve staff wellbeing by taming their toxic tech habits (both at work & home).

Dr Kristy has worked with leadership teams, individual teams within an organisation or at corporate conferences, offsites and events. Kristy can deliver keynote addresses (onstage, or in-person), half-day or full day workshops. She works with Australian and international organisations, both big and small.

The past two years have ensured that ‘remote working’, ‘Zoom’ and ‘Teams’ have become part of our vernacular because of the global pandemic. The delivery of webinars and virtual masterclasses has proven to be an effective tool to deliver virtual speaking engagements and training.

Dr Kristy puts the focus firmly on digital health and wellbeing which will enhance employee experience, increase productivity, improve staff morale, maximising your bottom line and making you an employer of choice. Dr Kristy can deliver her signature corporate seminars at your workplace or conference or you can access her online digital health and wellbeing and digital parenting programs to roll out across your organisation.

If your organisation is looking to implement true habit and cultural change, Dr Kristy can be engaged to present a Keynote or Virtual Masterclass or series of Masterclasses which includes pre and post-intervention assessments of your employees/team. Collecting pre-intervention data allows Dr Kristy to customise the content of her masterclasses specifically to your organisation, identifying existing strengths and opportunities. Following the masterclass sessions, collecting post-intervention data allows Dr Kristy to analyse the change in behaviours and habits and then can provide you with additional resources to support your organisation based on her analysis.

Dr Kristy works not only with corporate clients but also with schools, families and education providers to deliver her, Parent Seminars, Teacher Professional Learning Workshops, Student Digital Learning Programs and Keynote addresses.  If you would like to find out more information about your school engaging Dr Kristy please visit here.