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Productivity, Psychology and Technology Tips and Tricks from the Experts

Productivity, Psychology and Technology Tips and Tricks from the Experts

Posted by Greg Wén on 04 Apr 2018

Posted by Greg Wén on 04 Apr 2018

Mark your calendars: Evernote is launching a spring tour across England together with Think Productive, one of the world’s leading providers of time management training and consultancy. To address the question of “Why are we always so busy?” the teams behind Think Productive and Evernote are joining forces and inviting you to a series of evenings dedicated to exploring the intersection of psychology and technology.

Here’s where we’ll be

Manchester
Where: The Studio
When: Monday, April 9, at 6:30 PM
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Birmingham
Where: The Engine
When: Monday, April 16, at 6:30 PM
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London
Where: General Assembly London
When: Thursday, April 19, at 6:30 PM
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Bristol
Where: Priory Road Complex
When: Monday, April 30, at 6:30 PM
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Here’s who you’ll be hearing from

Graham Allcott is an entrepreneur, author, speaker, podcaster, and the founder of Think Productive. He is the author of three books, including the global bestseller How to be a Productivity Ninja, and recently launched a new podcast “Beyond Busy”, which explores work-life balance and how people define happiness in their lives.

Dr. Beat Bühlmann is the General Manager EMEA of Evernote, the author of two books on digital transformation and virtual team management, and the creator of the Swiss PDP Approach—a semi-structured approach that can be customized and applied to both personal and professional development.

Phil Lelliott joined the Evernote team in 2017 as Business Consultant for the UK. He has over 11 years of experience in the IT and SaaS industries and has spent the last 7 years in the productivity space. Phil is a huge advocate of the role technology can bring to all organizations, from SMEs to large enterprises.

We look forward to seeing you

Believe it or not, the average worker spends 80% of his or her time communicating: writing emails, sending messages, creating presentations. Our mission is to show you how new technology can enhance your productivity rather than hinder it. Together, Think Productive and Evernote will dispel any uncertainties and fears you may harbor about the modern workspace and set you—and your team—on the right path to success.

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