The Art of Single-Tasking
Wednesday, January 30, 2019
12:00 – 1:00 p.m. CST

 

 

In late 2016, Greg Werstler, MSMOB set out to photograph 100 consecutive sunsets and share them on social media (#100sunsets). Initially, he thought it would be kind of fun, and might lead to a couple of cool pictures. What developed was more than just some pretty pictures; it was an exercise in Single-Tasking. Single-tasking is the practice of being present, open, and engaged in a single moment or task. Through sharing the sunsets he captured and the lessons he learned over the 100 days, Greg will dispel some of myths you believe to be true about multi-tasking. You will leave with actionable tips on how to be more present in your professional life, your leadership style, and create a balance between your personal and work life.

The webinar itself will be a practice in single-tasking, with lots of interaction and fun, so don't think you're going to be able to catch up on emails during this hour.

You will also learn about other exciting events coming up in the MSMOB and Ph.D. in OD programs at Benedictine University!

About our speaker:

Greg Werstler is the Director of Creative Sales for CSz Business Chicago, the producer of ComedySportz, Chicago’s longest running all-ages improv show. Greg excels at team building, client relationship management, culture assessments, and executive coaching. With a background in consulting and business management in the very challenging field of entertainment and live events, Greg brings 20+ years of experience to help groups meet strategic business goals through learning and development solutions. His accessible facilitation style with creative learning approaches ensure learners are personally invested in their development as the company’s learning objectives are achieved. In addition to being an emcee and facilitator, Greg is a recent MSMOB graduate of Benedictine University.