Balanced Technology Management: Powerful Strategies to Increase Productivity
Stressed, overwhelmed and in â€˜email overload’, today’s workers struggle to keep up to the fast pace of technology. Experiencing high rates of burn-out from a continuous connection to virtual reality, office workers are not getting adequate physical stimulation and human connection required for optimal mental productivity. Isolated behind desks and cubicles, many workers are also experiencing the Triple Disconnect from self, others and nature. Depression and anxiety disorders are on the rise, with absenteeism and stress related time- off at an all time high. Balanced Technology Management offers organizations an alternative to burn out through self-awareness of their own body energy, determination of individual work productivity indicators, and instruction regarding effective strategies to enhance mental acuity and improve overall workplace productivity.
Balanced Technology Management raises awareness regarding the effects of increased technology use on human productivity, and offers workplace tools and techniques to optimize individual and work team productivity.
- Identify critical factors for physical and mental health, and apply worker health initiatives
- Analyze current research on technology’s impact on worker’s ability to be productive, focused, attain adequate sleep, physical health, mental well being, socialization, and address addictions.
- Using provided Productivity Scale, workers determine baseline energy requirements, and baseline quality and quantity of work to identify daily techniques to improve workplace productivity.
- Using the provided Zone-O-Meter, workers identify body energy zones and apply relevant Zone’in office, gym, desktop, conference room and lunch time tools and techniques to get Zone’in to Work.
Workplace Productivity Directive
Who should attend?
Parents, teachers, administrators, special education staff, occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, physical therapists, counsellors, physicians, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers and child care providers. Foundation Series Workshops are designed to be introductory level for therapists, intermediate for teachers and advanced for parents, child care workers and teaching assistants.
Evidence based – Research referenced – Strategy focused