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Wired for Wellness

Tuesday, June 12, 2012 at 12:30pm to 1:30pm

We live in a wired world. Which is great, until it?s not. Increasingly we aren?t just wired; we?re overwired. Our overuse of technology has actually changed how our brains & bodies work, & not for the better. Research shows that being overwired is hurting our physical & cognitive health, our professional productivity, the way we interact with people & form relationships, & the very way we live & our present in our lives. Living overwired has a detrimental impact on our cognitive, physical, & emotional health. Experts say overwiring has caused our productivity to plummet, costing US firms over $650 billion a year. We work longer, but not better. We work more, but not smarter. We aren?t as efficient & effective as we think we are. Join us for a webinar & hear from author & executive coach, Camille Preston, PhD, as she explains how to unwire & step back from technology to regain clarity & focus. Camille will also share how to rewire to establish a sound culture for wellness, by setting boundaries & establishing effective systems to be more productive & fulfilled, personally & professionally. This webinar is for anyone who wants to work smarter, live better, & be purposefully productive.

Camille Preston, PhD, is a psychologist, executive coach, writer, facilitator, & highly sought-after public speaker. She is the founder & CEO of AIM Leadership, an organizational development firm committed to developing powerful, authentic leaders. Camille earned her undergraduate degree from Williams College & her master?s & doctorate in psychology from the University of Virginia. She received her executive coaching certificate from Georgetown University. She is the author of Rewired: How to Work Smarter, Live Better, and Be Purposefully Productive in an Overwired World.

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