Our speakers Charles Duhigg, Chris Bailey, Laura Vanderkam, and Greg McKeown are experts on productivity and showcase their findings in their fascinating lectures. Here they share some of their key productivity hacks to make leaders, teams, and individuals lead more purposeful lives at work and at home:
1. Do work you like
Laura Vanderkam, the acclaimed author of What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast, is no stranger to the topic of productivity. In her latest book, I Know How She Does It, Vanderkam takes a look specifically at working women with families. Having spent several years studying how people spend their time, Vanderkam knows that time management is also energy management. If work is something we find draining, our morale and our work suffer. Finding projects and tasks we like to do helps work become a source of energy in our lives. Sharing these insights in her fresh and insightful lectures, Vanderkam equips audiences with tools for building productive careers and living fulfilled lives.
2. Just because you can do both, doesn’t mean you should do both
Greg McKeown has received high praise for his book, Essentialism, which has become a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller. McKeown has shared his philosophy with number of Fortune 500 companies including Apple, Google, Facebook, and Microsoft. His audiences benefit from his vast expertise in a multitude of areas such as leadership, management, and productivity. His simple principle of defining what is essential and eliminating what is not is having a great impact on how employees are becoming more productive in helping their companies.
All audiences, from C-Suite executives to personal assistants and recent college grads, will be wowed after gaining a new perspective on productivity from these speakers.