Staying productive and focused at work can be a struggle. Contemporary advances in technology and the accessibility to electronic applications and websites have amplified the prevalence of workplace distractions, both work-related and personal or self- interruptions. An executive at eBay referred to workplace distractions today as an “epidemic”.
Join us as we reveal the results from our latest Talent Pulse signature research and interview thought leaders on the topic workplace distractions.
In this webcast, you will learn:
how to implement effective methods for addressing workplace distractions
from Gloria Mark, PhD professor of informatics as she shares research on the myth of multi-tasking and the importance of disconnecting from technology
from Joanne Colautti, Associate Director at the office of the Global Chairman at KPMG, who shares insights on pressing distractions and the potential advantages of non-work related distractions
from author and meditation expert, Sharon Salzberg, who shares how mindfulness techniques can be applied to the workplace
Registrants will receive a copy of the final research report.
Talent Pulse from the Human Capital Institute (HCI) is a quarterly research e-book that explores the latest trends and challenges in managing talent. Talent Pulse is designed to provide practitioners and decision-makers with prescriptive methods to rehabilitate the health and wellness of human capital and empower employees and leaders to effectively address future challenges. Each quarter, a new report is released in conjunction with one of the four HCI disciplines. The third installment of this Talent Pulse concerns important, timely topics in Leadership & Development.
Research | Source: Human Capital Institute
| Published:October 2, 2014
As technology continues to advance and accessibility to electronic applications, email, and websites increases, combined with traditional factors like co-worker conversations, poorly designed workspaces or personal issues, employees today have ...