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The Truth about Multitasking and Information Overload

  • Tuesday, September 18, 2012
  • 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Portland Country Club, Falmouth, ME

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The Truth about Multitasking and Information Overload 

Multitasking is a frequently misunderstood concept. There are many thought leaders expressing opinions about the validity of multitasking, there is scant evidence that the human brain can process higher level tasks simultaneously.

 

This presentation explores the current realities and research concerning multitasking. Participants will also receive practical techniques to deal with the “multitasking” environment.  

 

About Our Presenter (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.

He is the author of the Investing Time Wisely and Sharpening Your Listening Skills training programs. Greg served as 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 has taught at Boston College, Brown University, Simmons College, the University of Rhode Island, and Roger Williams University. He promotes listening as a critical skill, is a Certified Listening Professional and has served on the International Listening Association executive board. His company is Time Communications Associates. 

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