NOTE: Member registration opens on March 25th and non-member registration opens April 9th.
Even the most resourceful leaders and teams struggle to navigate the complexity of modern work life. Most people work harder in hopes of achieving their goals, but constant grinding and hustling results in feeling stressed, stretched, and even stuck. But there’s a better way to generate the results you want.
This session introduces you a practical evidence-based approach to help busy leaders and teams manage their energy and focus throughout the day so they achieve more without the unnecessary stress.
* a quick way to categorize your current habits
* a series of questions to challenge your assumptions
* a framework to give you more perspective and choice
* simple practices to generate and focus your energy
* a 21-day experiment to inspire and challenge you
* a fun, effective ways to keep you on track.
As a result, you’ll experience more clarity, more focus, and less stress during the day. This allows you to elevate your performance, deepen relationships, and make a bigger impact.
About the Presenter:
Mike Saporito is a researcher and executive advisor who teaches leadership at the world’s most innovative companies. Mike collaborates with leading thinkers in the areas of neuroscience, emotional intelligence, and leadership. Together they empower people to live better, lead better, and contribute more.
Mike is the creator of Smart Habit, a productivity system equipping busy leaders to achieve more without the unnecessary stress. His evidence-based talks, workshops and tools have been described as practical, insightful and fun. His recent clients include: Coty, Facebook, GE, JLL, Macys, and Whole Foods.
Previously Mike worked at BTS, the strategy execution firm known for powerful experiential learning. As the leader responsible for the firm's global relationship with clients like Microsoft and P&G, he successfully led the design, development, and deployment of multiple transformational initiatives.
Mike also served as adjunct faculty for a decade at DePaul University in Chicago.