Tuesday 29 October 16:30 - 19:30

Jolt Campus - Liverpool Street
7th Floor Uncommon 34-37 Liverpool Street
London
EC2M 7PP

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Hunted and Jolt Present: Productivity Hacks for Thriving L&D and HR Teams

Business & Professional

A networking and learning event for the agile L&D and HR professional working in sales, recruitment and talent management.

Jolt and Hunted are delighted to host this event for the agile L&D and HR professional working in sales, recruitment and talent management. We are constantly trying to to maximise the most important resource we have, which is 'time'. In this session attended by likeminded professionals facing the same challenges and opportunities, we share insights on productivity hacks so that we can work smarter, not harder.

This event is exclusively hosted for guests of Hunted and Jolt.

Agenda:

  • 4:30 PM - 5:00 PM Arrival and Welcome Remarks
  • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Jolt : Working Smarter, Not Harder! ( full description below)
  • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM - Networking Drinks

ABOUT THE JOLT SESSION

Work Smarter, Not Harder: Best Practices for Managing your Energy

"Slowing down is sometimes the best way to speed up." (Mike Vance)

In this Jolt, you will learn how to optimise creativity and set achievable yet ambitious goals, while mitigating distractions. Using three new practices, you will be able to prioritise your tasks more efficiently, reduce anxiety, and make meaningful progress in your work.

  • What are the obstacles to getting your best work done?
  • Which time management methods should you use?
  • How do you identify the times you are most productive?

    ABOUT THE JOLTER

    Jonas Altman, Founder @ Social Fabric

    Jonas helps individuals and teams do their best work. He believes that work is becoming much more fluid and fulfilling. Altman is a founder of award-winning design firm Social Fabric, and contributor to The Guardian, Inc, and Quartz. He's an adjunct professor at UBC Sauder School of Business, international speaker, and his second book about meaningful work is published by (Wiley in 2020).

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