This workshop provides science-based strategies to harness your best time and get your most important work done. It seems everyone is overwhelmed these days. When we get overwhelmed we usually try to work as much as we can and without break. Learn why that approach tends to fail or even make the problem worse, and what neuroscience and psychology suggest about what to do instead. In this one-day workshop, dive deeply into making a core set of strategies real and actionable. The workshop format and exercises are designed on the principles of NLP, to help you discover new options in how you can work more effectively, and pave the way for new habits.
- Recognize your decisions points, so you can choose what is worth working on
- Manage your mental energy
- Stop fighting distraction
- Leverage your mind-body connection
- Make your workspace work for you
- Learn the value in planning your day around setting up brief periods of being highly effective
- Enjoy your work more
- Develop the tools that can lead to work-life balance without sacrificing effectiveness at work.
Who should attend?
- Professionals with too many demands on their time
- Entrepreneurs who need to set their own goals and create their own boundaries
- Freelancers, contractors, and others who need to prioritize more effectively
- Managers wanting consistently great work from their teams
- Individuals who struggle to achieve work-life balance
- Anyone who has wanted more control over how effective they are when they work
Josh Davis, Ph.D. is the author of the book, Two Awesome Hours: Science-Based Strategies to Harness Your Best Time and Get Your Most Important Work Done. He is a trainer at the NLP Center of NY and has been studying NLP since 2001. He also teaches the Art of Public Speaking at the NLP Center of NY, and speaks professionally for classes, conferences, and events globally. After completing his doctoral work at Columbia University, he was a member of the Barnard College faculty in the Department of Psychology for five years, before transitioning to coaching, speaking and writing in the private sector. He is the Director of Research and Lead Professor for the NeuroLeadership Institute. He has published in Harvard Business Review, strategy+business, Training+Development, People & Strategy, Huffington Post, and Psychology Today, among others.