How do you focus your team and get the important work done?
In the span of days, the global pandemic has radically changed our patterns of life and work in ways that previously evolved gradually over decades. With unprecedented numbers of people working from home — either alone or alongside children, spouses or roommates — it has never been more important to reduce distractions and focus our attention on what matters most for our success at work and at home.
In his new message Finding Focus in Uncertain Times, Focuswise CEO Curt Steinhorst offers invaluable guidance for businesses seeking to build strong virtual teams that achieve greater levels of collaboration, innovation, and productivity — for today and tomorrow.
The company that can focus its teams and create productive, thriving remote environments will gain the competitive advantage and bring its team successfully to the next season.
Diagnosed with ADD as a child, Curt knows intimately the challenges companies face keeping the attention of today’s distracted workforce and customers. He has coached founders and CEOs of multi-billion-dollar brands, TV personalities, and well-known professional athletes to communicate effectively and create focus when they speak to audiences, lead their employees, and engage their customers.
Curt’s unique insight and entertaining speaking style have captured the attention of audiences worldwide. He speaks more than 75 times each year to organizations that include everyone from global leadership associations and non-profits to Fortune 100 companies.
- Curt Steinhorst
Date & Time
- Thursday, June 10th, 2021
- 10:00AM - 11:00AM Central
Curt Steinhorst is the bestselling author of Can I Have Your Attention?, a regular Forbes contributor on leadership strategy, a global speaker, and the founder and CEO of Focuswise. He is on a mission to rescue us from our distracted selves. After years of studying the impact of tech on human behavior, Curt founded Focuswise to help teams solve the problem of chronic distraction by applying the science of how the brain works to the reality of how we function in today’s world.