Solutions for Coping with Information Overload and Multitasking

  • 29 Apr 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • 33 South Commercial Street Manchester, NH 03101


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Solutions for Coping with Information Overload and Multitasking

Working professionals are bombarded with an overwhelming amount of information on a daily basis. The challenge of dealing with demanding technology and a constant flood of data has never been greater.

This program will give participants insight into current realities and research about information overload, examine multitasking, and provide practical solutions for individual productivity enhancement. At least three interactive exercises that can be used for instructor-led programs will be provided.

Distractions, interruptions, lost productivity, and stress will be discussed. Realistic approaches to a balanced workplace will be offered.

The keys to dealing with procrastination will be shared with the audience.

About the Speaker:
Greg Enos

Greg Enos helps people look at life differently.

Thousands of working professionals have participated in his productivity workshops over the past four decades in financial services, healthcare, high technology, manufacturing, and public sector organizations. His highly interactive style of facilitation is unique.

His Solutions for Coping with Information Overload and Multitasking presentation has been well received by conference and professional association audiences across the United States.

Greg is the author of the Creating Energized Teams, Investing Time Wisely Delegating Decisively and Sharpening Your Listening Skills training programs. He has taught at Boston College, Brown University, Simmons College, West Point, the University of Rhode Island, and Roger Williams University.

Greg has been president of the American Society for Training and Development (Bay Colonies Chapter), is past president of Projects With Industry, Inc., and is a co-founder of the Diversity Working Group

He promotes listening as a critical skill, is a Certified Listening Professional and has served on the International Listening Association executive board.

The University of Southern California (MSEd) and Rochester Institute of Technology (BS) graduate has participated in the Rhode Island Area Coalition for Excellence, been involved in Habitat for Humanity construction, served on the Cumberland Emergency Response Team and contributed to numerous development initiatives

Honors include the Award of Excellence for Total Communications Programs (International Business Communicators), the Therese Strik Volunteer Award (American Society for Training and Development) and multiple Author’s Awards (Raytheon Company).
Multitasking reality is his current research project. It deals with technology, interruption science, and current brain research.

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