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July Chapter Meeting [Virtual]: How to Stay Focused and Productive in a Virtual World

  • 07/16/2020
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Virtual

Registration

  • After 07/13
  • Through 07/13
  • For members of ATD-OC, ATD-SD, ISPI-LA and ISPI-OC.

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Working from home is the new reality for many of us. We’re surrounded by distracting technology. Our kids or spouse may need something in the middle of a task. We see a notification and feel pressured to respond immediately. Does this leave you unfocused, unhappy, and struggling to find time? This two-part session will introduce a new tool and provide a hands-on experience to working more productively individually and with your teams and clients.

Part One introduces the neuroscience behind the Caveday methodology for overcoming distraction and pushing past internal resistance. This includes a short Cave “sprint” applying the methodology to a task.

Part Two provides best practices and tactical tips to maintain and build strong work cultures on remote and hybrid teams.

You will finish this 75-minute session and get some work done!

Session Assignment: Bring a short task (about 10 minutes to complete) and materials to complete it. Example: E-mail response or organizing files.

Key Takeaways    

•    Explore the science behind why it’s so hard to focus and what we can do about it
•    Apply the Caveday methodology to avoid distraction, overcome procrastination, and minimize decision fatigue
•    Discuss ways to keep ourselves, our teams, and our clients motivated when working remotely

About Your Presenter

Austin Bauer, Professional Certified Coach (PCC), is a leadership coach and founder of Simple Progress, a consultancy that helps organizations do better work by developing cultures of organizational listening, collaborative learning, and internal innovation. Austin has trained and facilitated workshops for over 1,500 leaders at companies including YouTube, CBS, The American Heart Association, Edelman, Omnicom, Taco Bell, Project Worldwide, Garage Team Mazda, 72andSunny, The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, The 4A's, and Bastion Collective. He is a regular guest facilitator for the University of Southern California Iovine and Young Academy for Arts, Technology, and the Business of Innovation. He also leads west coast engagements for Caveday, a company improving our relationship to work, and is the strategic advisor for the social impact design consultancy, verynice.

Agenda

6:30 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. Check-In

7:00 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. Announcements & Speaker Introduction

7:15 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Program

This presentation will cover the following capabilities from the ATD Talent Development Capability Model:

Building Personal Capability: Emotional Intelligence and Decision Making, Communication
Impacting Organizational Capability: Performance Improvement, Organizational Development and Culture
Developing Professional Capability: Career and Leadership Development

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ATD-Los Angeles Chapter
9852 W. Katella Ave. #187
Anaheim, CA 92804
office@atdla.org
562-908-3020
Chapter Code: CH8028

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