Mindful Technology: Embracing Technology, Innovation and Mindfulness to Create Lasting Human Connections

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Join us for a live webinar

Tuesday, June 18 | 2:00 PM ET

Technology, such as sales enablement tools, artificial intelligence and machine learning, is not the end of real human connection— it is just the beginning. In fact, the future of people collaborating and communicating in the workplace, whether it’s between your team members or serving your customers, will increasingly depend on how you take advantage of the latest technology to create an experience that is uniquely yours as a business. When used correctly, technology has the potential to empower your employees to tap back into their purpose, become more mindful leaders and empathetic communicators, and create greater work-life harmony for improved productivity, innovation and overall happiness in their work and life.

Join Amy Vetter, CEO of The B3 Method Institute, and Susan Bell, Chief Sales Officer of Vertical IQ, as they discuss creating a culture that embraces this new way of working, allowing for authenticity, creativity and self-discovery, which is the key to innovation and igniting the soul of a business.

Some takeaways from this webinar include:
  • Unlearn the routines of the past by embracing technology and learning how it’s currently being incorporated and connecting people in business and improving company culture
  • Tap into self discovery and mindfulness techniques to feel more fulfilled in the work you do
  • Learn how to leverage tools, like Industry Intelligence, to do the heavy lifting so you can dedicate more time to developing the soft skills necessary to create a collaborative and lasting relationship with your employees and your customers.

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