Turn Off, Tune In: Is always-on always the best?

27th May 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Dell Technologies has designed a unique virtual event series to encourage business owners and decision-makers to give themselves a break and focus on that balance. It’s time to Turn Off, Tune In!

Throughout the month of May, Turn Off, Tune In will offer a varied and engaging selection of talks, masterclasses and workshops – with all content offered on-demand, so if you can’t join live, you can catch up at your convenience.

In a world obsessed with multi-tasking and having it all, is measuring ourselves by our productivity really the path to success? Mental health wellbeing experts, Dawn Breslin & Julian Hitch, will unpick our addiction to being busy.

They will delve into how to spot the signs of fatigue, how to approach it and what small business decision makers can do to help.

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27th May 2021
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1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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