In this “Digital Age” we share a lot, even the most intimate details of personal life. And yet, we seem reluctant to talk about the relationship with our inseparable “smartphone” and how it has affected our lives… We are definitely more connected. Are we more productive? Are we healthier? Are we happier?
This amazing, energizing and at times, humorous, session will offer participants in a judgement-free space the opportunity to:
> explore the impact of smartphone in their lives and assess their degree of satisfaction
> discover and discuss the latest neuroscience studies results on the effects of smartphones on our wellbeing and professional performance, including the addictive component of smartphones use
> identify small changes participants can introduce short term, and long-term, to enhance their professional performance and boost their personal/relational wellbeing
Participants will walk away with greater awareness, new perspectives, concrete easy first-steps to implement new good habits, and more insights into ‘Digital Balance’, the art of making conscious choices about the use of technology to boost their happiness.
Sara Pongiluppi, certified Executive Coach and Digital Balance Designer, after working for more than 20 years for NATO, today she is the President of SP International Coaching & Consulting a company based in Paris and operating internationally offering one-to-one and team coaching and customer-tailored training integrating coaching techniques. Her areas of operation include effective leadership/communication across cultures, constructive digital body language, and successful internationalizations.
In 2016 she has developed “Digital Balance” workshop, in both static and walking format, to generate a culture of conscious decision making when it comes to using our smartphones. In the past years, she has been running Walking Coaching sessions called “Digital Disconnected Conversations” in Rome, Paris and Berlin and plans to bring the event to more European capitals to raise awareness and promote a more ecological use of technology, one that keeps us human. She is the academic coordinator and facilitator of HEC Executive Education, Global Executive Coaching training which she codeveloped and internationalized and a facilitator of the World Business Executive Coach Summit.