Thursday 15th June 9.30am – 12.30pm


The digital world has made many things easier and more accessible for businesses and their employees.  But there is a downside to this.  In this ‘always on’ world, a negative digital culture can lead to higher levels of stress and burnout and lower productivity.  It is essential that leaders work to create a positive digital culture, that improves productivity within the workplace and considers employee wellbeing.

In this half-day online course, we will cover:

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Understanding what digital culture is, and what a negative and positive digital culture looks like.

How to effectively manage the barrage of interruptions caused by the digital world, to increase productivity.

Maintaining work-life balance in a digital world and helping employees avoid digital burnout.

Understanding how to improve digital wellbeing to increase productivity.

Maintaining communications whilst avoiding interruptions.

Employee social media use and the impact this has on their work role, and how to help them manage their personal digital wellbeing.

Tools to help create a positive digital culture.


Sam Flynn is a digital wellbeing coach, trainer and speaker.  With a background in Organisational Psychology, Sam’s other businesses include running employee engagement surveys for organisations and delivering social media training, which she has done for over 12 years. 

Sam is also a social media and digital wellbeing speaker and has spoken all over the world, including at Prince Harry’s Sentebale foundation in Lesotho, Africa. 

Sam is passionate about helping individuals maintain a positive relationship with the digital world, reduce their smartphone use and help businesses create a positive digital culture.





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This might surprise you….

In a study by Hewlett-Packard, technology disruption caused an average drop in IQ of 10 points.  In comparison, smoking weed lead to a drop of 5 IQ points!


You can book your place on the upcoming online course at the link below.  Alternatively, if you would rather receive an invoice and pay by BACS, please email

A recording of the session will be sent to all delegates, though it is advised that you turn up to the live session to get the most from the workshop.