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Productivity Beyond the Information Age - Nov. Breakfast Series event

  • Friday, November 22, 2019
  • 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • The Fox Club, at the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Neuroscience Group Field, 2400 N Casaloma Dr., Appleton, WI

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Join us for the November 2019 WIT@Work Breakfast Series event - Productivity Beyond the Information Age.


Registration, Networking and Breakfast:  7:00 - 7:30 am

Meeting updates and Speaker:  7:30 - 9:00 am


Productivity Beyond the Information Age

Work-life in a complex, information laden environment requires us to re-define what we mean by “Productivity.” To truly be productive demands that we can manage our focus and attention amidst information overload and a constant stream of distractions. This short, highly interactive session defines the essential skills, tools, and techniques that strengthen the key abilities and mind-set necessary to function effectively.


Too often we get overwhelmed by complexity. Inundated with data and information flow, our decision-making process breaks down and we find ourselves in “reactive mode.” Our ability to be pro-active and strategic gets buried beneath the pile of data, and we can easily lose sight of what matters most. The presentation provides strategies that enable the ability to focus despite distractions, and take calm, clear action in the face of complexity.


Outcomes include:

  • Identify conditioned behaviors which lead to sense of distraction and overwhelm
  • Understand the pitfalls of distractions, digital addictions, and multi-tasking
  • Obtain strategies to manage distractions more effectively
  • Create the conditions that enable you to deliver results on time
  • Define a structure that supports effective organization of all plans and action


Presenter: Aaron Cohen. Aaron is a performance specialist based in Denver, Colorado. His commitment to ignite performance and transform lives comes from his extensive experience as an entrepreneur and business owner, coach and political consultant. 

Aaron’s experience extends over a decade-and-a-half working at the intersection of for-profit, non-profit and government to empower individuals, businesses and organizations to continue and expand the critical work they do. In doing so, he has impacted hundreds of lives across 3 continents leading teams, working with senior executives, and conducting trainings. Previously, Aaron spent nearly a decade in Washington, DC where he completed a bachelor’s degree and masters from the George Washington University. 

Aaron has been recognized for his leadership, advocacy and community involvement including; 40 Under 40 by the American Association of Political Consultants, President of Strategic Connections Front Range Chapter professional association, Government Affairs Co-chair for the Rocky Mountain Anti-Defamation League, and he earned a Digital Media and Learning Award from the MacArthur and HASTAC Foundations for CivicsLab, an innovative blend of technology and education to inspire kids’ participation in civic engagement.

Aaron is an avid traveler having visited over 30 countries, including teaching English as a second language in rural Costa Rica. Aaron is a Colorado native and loves life in the Rocky Mountains, enjoying his favorite places and activities with his wife and daughter.

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