Instead of walking out horrified at how much you use your phone, you leave with clear actionable goals and a better understanding of your digital habits and why they exist.
—Jacqueline Conway, Group Risk and Compliance Director at Vodafone
The session on Digital Habits for a Good Night’s Sleep was the perfect balance of science and practical techniques to educate and empower our colleagues on how to mindfully use technology.
—Alex Whiteman, Technology Consultant at Accenture
The session was brilliant, and had a hugely positive impact. It was full of rich info, with actionable take-aways for individuals and teams, to help us form healthy tech habits. It also made our senior leadership team reflect on what digital wellbeing means for service design, standard setting, and internal communication using a range of digital channels.
—Fiona James, Deputy Director, EU Transition and Future Relationships at GDS
Mind over Tech helped the team explore our relationships with tech, and the impact this is having on our professional and personal lives. The range of tips on healthy digital habits and the focus on finding what works for each individual meant that the team left with achievable goals, not just a generic set of actions.
—Rachel Charlton, Lead Partner of Change at Deloitte
Mind over Tech deliver a great action-oriented programme that not only opens your eyes to the impact of your tech usage but is also jam-packed with useful, actionable, tips for how to get your digital life on track, in a way that works for you.
—Laura Scott, Head of Communications for Google Hardware, APAC at Google
Our candidates are digital natives, so Mind Over Tech’s Digital Wellbeing session provides them with effective ways to manage their wellbeing in the hugely digital world that they live and work in.
—Charlotte Carter, Culture and Engagement lead at KPMG
Mind over Tech offer an important message in an engaging and approachable medium. Sessions involve a blend of age-old mindfulness techniques and modern day neurology that clearly demonstrated the challenges of working with technology and what practical steps you can take to manage such challenges.
—Michael Craig, Disputes and Investigations Associate at Slaughter and May
Mind over Tech's sessions are not simply telling people to use mobile phones and digital devices less, but helping people to re-examine their relationships and reliance on digital devices both in and out of work. They combine eye-opening evidence with lots of practical advice to support people in making small changes to benefit their wellbeing.
—James Whittaker, Head of Reward at The Telegraph
Investing in the culture of you
Whether you have been doing it for a while, or it has been thrust upon you unexpectedly, almost all of us are having to carry out our work (and increasingly, our lives) over the internet from home.
While there are many online tools which thankfully make this more possible than ever, adapting to the life changing effects on you boundaries, routines and focus is quite another thing
To help with this, we have created an online programme of daily bitesize content which helps you develop physical, mental and organisational supports to flourish in a remote setting.Learn more about Bloom
Cultures of Digital Wellbeing at work
The last few years have seen many companies undergoing digital transformation to supercharge their workflows and evolve their offering to be future proof.
There is no doubt of the need for this, but it is equally important to invest in your people who are using these new systems so that they have the skills to work in this new way without effecting their wellbeing and focus.
That's why we work with companies to help build healthy digital cultures which support your teams and amplify your impact.Find out how
Education and Families
It's an understatement to say that being a parent, guardian or teacher and trying to responsibly supervise a relationship with smartphones and other technology is a real challenge.
This is especially true due to there being a huge amount on conflicting information out there. There are also clearly different needs from technology across generations.
We work with children, parents and teachers to explore what we can learn from each other about intentional tech use, and share best practice.Register interest