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The New Future of Work and the Importance of Self-Care, Well-Being, and Digital Wellness

The New Future of Work and the Importance of Self-Care, Well-Being, and Digital Wellness

SO SO SO EXCITED…   In remote and hybrid work, we’re getting things done in new ways and reinventing the #FutureofWork at every step. We are also learning about our needs, to be not only productive, but also what we need to do differently to be happy, successful, and well. Now more than ever, we need to learn and practice new forms of self-care, well-being, and digital wellness as digital will only become more pervasive (and sometimes invasive) in our…

Zoom’s Work Transformation Summit: Humanizing the Customer Experience

Zoom’s Work Transformation Summit: Humanizing the Customer Experience

Zoom is part of our everyday life now, creating new windows into work, entertainment, education, and augmenting how we communicate with one another and how we experience events and engagements…together. I was honored to join Zoom’s Work Transformation Summit and have the opportunity to share the virtual stage with Chief Product Officer Oded Gal. The event explored “how to deliver impactful customer experiences” in  hybrid world, one where virtual interactions are the new normal and digital- and mobile-first behaviors open…

The Art of Life(SCALING) and the Importance of Digital Welness

The Art of Life(SCALING) and the Importance of Digital Welness

Excited to share this with you! I joined the “Art of the Possible” podcast with Dan Morrison and Rob Page. During our awesome conversation, we explored the evolving world of tech, where we are going as a society as a result, and the impact of digital on us as human beings. We also review ways we can be more intentional in our relationships with devices, networks, and apps for improved digital wellness, self care, and happiness. 🤳 Please listen and…

Webinar: Digital Wellness for a Remote Workforce and the Role of IT

Webinar: Digital Wellness for a Remote Workforce and the Role of IT

With the haste to roll out additional technology to support remote work and an expectation for employees to rapidly adopt that technology, there can be complaints and consequences as it relates to tech adoption. Quartz research points to three key consequences: • Productivity distractions – constant pings from colleagues and context switching between apps • Perpetual connectivity – the need to be “always on” • Decision fatigue – an overwhelming array of tools and systems Each of these consequences of…

Attention is a Currency: When it Comes to Digital Distractions, We are Spending More Than We can Afford

Attention is a Currency: When it Comes to Digital Distractions, We are Spending More Than We can Afford

“Our attention is traded as a commodity. The more of it we spend on any given platform or vice, the more hosts can sell it for.” 🤳 This was a hard message to take to a massive event rooted in the very platforms at the center of so much disruption. But, the more we know (and embrace) the devastating effects of the dark side (and underbelly) of  social media and digital distractions, the more we can take control. We can then…

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