Productivity for the Real World

Our brains have never been so busy trying to keep up with an overflowing email box, digital distractions, and a substantial to-do list. In this session, you’ll learn how to go from being always-busy to intentionally productive.

Come learn:

  • How chronobiology indicates when your internal superpowers can be maximized;
  • Three ways our brains convince us to procrastinate;
  • How to identify energy drains and chargers in the day; and
  • Two time-based tactics to help you start (and finish) the task at hand.

About the Speaker:

A former journalist, Kristin Graham looks to the latest on brain science, psychology, and habits to figure out how to unlock potential and performance. She spent 20 years leading culture and communications at global companies (most recently at Amazon).

Kristin’s background includes executive and employee comms, global recruiting, diversity and inclusion, philanthropy, learning and development, corporate events, social media, and employer branding. She has a graduate degree in journalism from Northwestern University and an executive MBA from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

She is now a global speaker and strategist on the topic of communications, productivity, and neuroscience to corporations, universities, and industry groups. Find her online at Unlockthebrain.com, LinkedIn, and on her podcast Fewer Things Better.

Kristin Graham

Unlock the Brain