How to stay engaged and productive (virtual event)

Our virtual events bring the same inspiration, fun and engaging experience the London Business Forum is known for online. You can expect the same mix of great ideas alongside new levels of interaction and engagement, taking full advantage of technology.

  • Prioritise and focus every day - chase antelopes not field mice
  • Embrace student syndrome - intensive bursts of deep work and shorter deadlines
  • Increase collaboration and enable colleagues to solve problems
  • Build trust by improving feedback
  • Manage workflow - improve communications, reduce bottlenecks and control distractions

It is hard to stay focused with everything that is going on at the moment, not least because we are turning into Zoom zombies. Being productive is not about putting in more hours, it is about prioritising and completing the tasks that have the greatest impact.Our brains are in survival mode. Defining priorities and finding focus are even harder than usual.

In order to keep teams engaged and motivated, they need engaging and motivating work to do. Leaders can use this time to help their teams adapt and grow. Now is the moment to develop new habits and working styles when working remotely that will energise people long after the crisis has passed.

In order to fully participate in this virtual event, you will need a Zoom account, a webcam and microphone. The session will be recorded but will be available only to those who have booked a place on the webinar.

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Zena Everett

Zena Everett is an Executive Coach, with a rare cocktail of entrepreneurial, head hunting and organisational psychology experience.  Previously she started and ran a recruitment business, where she became fascinated with why some candidates were more motivated, confident and successful than others.  She is the author of two books – Mind Flip and Crazy Busy.