Do You Need More Time: Powerful Tactics to Make Time Your Superpower

Presented on: Tuesday, July 12th at 6:00 PM EDT

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Do you wish you could stop feeling chained to your inbox? Do you log back on your computer at night to finish your work? We spend all day on video calls that we can’t get anything done! It's time to change the way you use your time. Organizational Psychologist Dr. Amantha Imber will let you in on some of the best secrets, tips, and hacks she learned from hosting the number one ranking business podcast How I Work. You will learn proven tactics from the world’s leading experts to help your time become your superpower.

Dr. Imber will cover:

  • How to treat your email like your laundry;
  • The single most important word in the world when it comes to optimizing the way you use your time;
  • A simple trick to deciding whether to say 'yes' to new projects and opportunities; and
  • How a simple phrase can change your mindset about how you're spending your time.

About the author: Dr. Amantha Imber is an organizational psychologist and author of two best-selling books, The Creativity Formula and The Innovation Formula. She is the founder of the behavioral science consultancy, Inventium. Amantha is also the co-creator of the Australian Financial Review’s Most Innovative Companies list and the AFR BOSS Best Places to Work list. She has helped companies such as Google, Apple, Disney, LEGO, Atlassian, Commonwealth Bank, and many others reinvent the way they approach their work. In 2019, Amantha was named one of the Australian Financial Review’s 100 Women of Influence. In 2021, Amantha was shortlisted for the Thinkers50 Innovation Award.  She also hosts the number one ranking business podcast, How I Work, with over 2 million downloads. She interviews some of the world’s most successful people about their habits, strategies, and rituals. She has also written for the Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Fast Company.

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