Do you struggle to answer the question, “What have I actually achieved today?”
Do you get side-tracked by incoming emails or messages?
Do you “quickly” check your social media feed – only to realise you’ve spent 30 minutes watching cat videos?
We can help!
Join us to hear about the latest AUT research on ubiquitous connectivity and digital wellbeing and learn how to harness technology to improve your focus, productivity and sense of wellbeing.
In this one-hour, interactive workshop, we will share new evidence and explore:
We won’t just talk about how to become more focused; we will also have a little five-minute challenge where you can apply what we have learned in our session.
We can’t wait to meet you at the event and become hyper-focused together!
You should be present for the whole duration of this event.
Lena is a senior lecturer at AUT and her research covers digital disconnection and ubiquitous connectivity. Her work has been published in top journals and featured in renowned media outlets including Forbes magazine, Psychology Today and the BBC. Lena won an AUT Emerging Researcher award in 2020.
Taino's mission is to help people live a better life by changed technology habits. In addition
to organising the annual Phone Free Day Global Challenge, he runs workshops and presents
widely about digital wellbeing. Taino has a master's degree and worked in the tech sector for 10 years.