The technology that promises to save us time and optimise our efficiency and output is actually sucking it away and it’s having a serious effect on

employee health & productivity.

Dr Kristy has worked with some of the biggest corporations in Australia:

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Employee wellbeing is a major focus for Australia's leading organisations. To boost morale and foster a positive, healthy culture, employees are being offered great benefits such as health screenings, subsidised gym memberships and flexible work conditions.

But in our digitally-dependant workplaces, what about the impact of technology?

The endless pings and dings of emails, alerts and notifications are sabotaging even the most engaged employees.

And it’s not just in the workplace. Technology has seeped into every aspect of our lives, blurring the lines between work and personal time. We check our phones in bed, accept work calls at the dinner table and send emails at all hours of the day and night.

Digital habits like these are unhealthy and unsustainable and it’s taking a massive toll on both our physical and psychological health and wellbeing and compromising our productivity.

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Talk to Dr Kristy

You can now invite Dr Kristy to deliver her signature corporate seminars at your workplace or conference or access her online digital health and wellbeing and digital parenting programs to roll out across your organisation.

Dr Kristy Goodwin is one of Australia’s leading digital health, wellbeing and productivity experts. She is regularly called upon by national media outlets for her opinion and invited to speak to a diverse range of organisations and businesses (both big and small) around the country. Dr Kristy is a confident, compelling and highly relatable presenter who provides practical and realistic solutions to deal with digital dilemmas in your workplace.

Want to learn how to tame your tech habits and deal with the endless digital distractions in the workplace?

(Without the need for a ‘digital detox’, or worse - a complete digital amputation!)

Praise

Kristy's session was fabulous and very well received by the group at the Randstad conference. She addressed their work/life balance and the pressures of their roles placed on them to be constantly available online.

Kristy was entertaining and a relatable way of presenting.

SIMONE McINALLY | EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR
RANDSTAD

All feedback was extremely positive, they felt that while the content was frightening, it was balanced and there were some great tools that they could use to assist. I know directly that at least three people that I have spoken to since, have implemented one or more things that Kristy spoke about already!

A brilliant session! I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Kristy to any organisation or event that is looking for a knowledgeable, engaging presenter.

JENNIFER BASS | HR OPERATIONS MANAGER
CUSCAL

There is a huge buzz around the great conversations you led and we are quite sure that these are going to lead to deeper reflections around the effective use of technology.

PAVITER SINGH
APPLE

Thanks again for coming in yesterday and presenting to the company, it was a great presentation.

Robyn Ross
Bank of Queensland Specialist

You are one impressive lady and we feel fortunate to be working with you!

Fran Windon
Mirvac

Thank you for coming in last Wednesday and I have received very good feedback from all who attended the Lunch and Learn session.

Johanna Callan
State Street

Working with Dr Kristy is easy

Marketing Support

All marketing materials are provided making promoting your seminar and in-house event easy.

Short & sharp

Programs are designed with busy corporate schedules in mind, that means minimal time requirements for maximum results.

Practical outputs

There’s no need for digital abstinence or amputations no avoiding or removing devices. All of Dr Kristy’s tips and tactics are realistic, simple and effective.

Trusted speaker

Kristy is a highly sought-after speaker and one of Australia’s leading research experts in the areas of digital health and wellbeing and digital parenting.

Tailored content

Each presentation is designed to meet the specific needs of your organisation

Fact-based insight.

Kristy’s work is based on the latest research and science.

Why are employees’ digital habits so important to address?

The personal costs to employees’ and executives’ as a result of unhealthy digital habits include:

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Poor sleep quality and quantity leading to fatigue, burnout & possible mental health issues

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Multi-tasking costs including poor retention of information and impaired performance

Elevated stress levels, anxiety and other mental health related issues

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Impaired vision, hearing and musculoskeletal health because of incorrect digital ergonomics

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An absence of white space and time for clarity, creativity and ideation

Impaired personal relationships and downtime due to the permeation of technology in our lives

And don’t forget the financial costs to the employer:

Reduced productivity

Increased error rates

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Decline in presenteeism

Poor decision making

Increased absenteeism

Low morale

But it’s not all doom and gloom...

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?

Dr Kristy helps organisations understand the broad-ranging impacts technology is having on employees (and their families) and how to fix it.

Putting the focus firmly on digital health and wellbeing

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// enhances employee experience
// increases productivity
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improves staff morale
// maximises your bottom line
// makes you an employer of choice

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How digitally dependant
and distracted are you?

We’re at the point now where we literally can not switch off.
But without devices, most of us simply can’t do our jobs.

So what are you supposed to do?