Thriving in the Digital Age

Keynote Address

Brain-based solutions for peak-performance & productivity in a digital world

Dr Kristy Goodwin helps organisations understand why employee efficiency and wellbeing are being compromised by digital technologies (that were ironically designed to bolster workplace productivity and performance). She shares current research on the costs of digital distractions for both organisations and employees... and it’s much more than simply waning productivity.

Through this compelling keynote Dr Kristy provides science-backed solutions so audiences can discover:

  • The PRODUCTIVITY PARADOX and DIGITAL SUPERSTORM facing organisations as they embed digital technologies;
  • The science behind their personal DIGITAL BEHAVIOURS & HABITS (helping to explain why we struggle to shut the laptop lid and stop the scroll);

  • The productivity & wellbeing costs of DIGITAL DISTRACTIONS (why focus is the most essential skill of the 21st Century); and

  • A 4-STEP SIGNATURE SYSTEM using NEUROHACKS to bolster PRODUCTIVITY and minimise DISTRACTIONS using simple strategies.

Delegates will be armed with a range of practical solutions to foster healthy digital behaviours that will enhance their productivity and wellbeing. THRIVING IN THE DIGITAL AGE can be delivered as a stand-alone conference keynote, or an extended half- or full-day program in-person, or delivered remotely via webinar or as a virtual presentation.

Session Overview

DURATION
60-90 minutes

AUDIENCE
Employees, entrepreneurs & executives interested in high performance & productivity

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.

Simone McInally - Randstad