Mindful Lawyer Series 2017

The Mindful Lawyer CPD Series

Technology and Its Distractions: Reducing Digital Overload

Tuesday, February 7, 2017 - 7:45 am to 8:45 am
Twenty Toronto Street Conferences & Events | 200 - 20 Toronto Street | Toronto, ON

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Email, phone, and social media notifications compete for our attention throughout the day. How can you manage these distractions and minimize the impact of anxiety and stress caused by the use of distracting technology? Understand the effects of multitasking on stress and hear advice on how to improve your concentration and be present and hear about the research that neuroscience has given us on the benefits of mindfulness.

Our expert speakers will provide you with strategies on when to be “on” and responsive and when to turn “off” without neglecting your clients and files. You will also gain practical advice on how to leverage technology to be more productive and balanced. Join us and learn how to create healthy boundaries between your work and personal life.

PROGRAM SPEAKERS

Marla Warner, B.Sc. C.W.C. C.A.P.P., Speaker, Facilitator, Coach - For Health Wellbeing Consultants
Jonathan A. Hacohen, B.B.A., J.D., Partner, Kormans LLP

 

Accreditation Costs and Formats

ACCREDITATION, PRICING & FORMATS

Substantive Hours: This program is eligible for up to 1h 00m

This program is complimentary if you register for a CPD Program.
If only registering for a Special Event there is a fee of:
Member: Free | Student Member: Free | Non-Member: $50

This program is offered in Toronto | Webcast

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