Managing Digital Distractions for Productivity & Mental Health


  • Presentation Length: 60-mins / 90-mins
  • Participant Numbers: 15-500+
  • Virtual and In-person options available
  • Sessions can be recorded for internal use
  • Onsite training available globally: North & South America, EMEIA, APAC, LATAM
  • Languages: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, Mandarin, Arabic, Japanese, and Malay.


Digital distractions have become a pervasive challenge in the workplace, resulting in decreased productivity and increased stress and burnout among employees. With the constant bombardment of emails, notifications, and social media updates, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to stay focused and engaged at work.

In this presentation, we will explore the impact of digital distractions on productivity and mental health and provide strategies for managing them effectively.


(included in 90-min sessions)

  • Digital distraction tracking and management tools
  • Mindfulness and meditation resources
  • Time management and prioritization techniques
  • Strategies for setting boundaries with technology

Content Outline

  • Understanding the psychology of digital distractions
  • Identifying common sources of digital distractions and their impact on work
  • Strategies for minimizing digital distractions
  • Techniques for staying focused and engaged at work
  • Creating a healthy relationship with technology
  • Supporting a digital distraction-free work culture

Practical exercises

(included in 90-min sessions)

  • Digital Detox – Participants will engage in a digital detox exercise to unplug from technology and practice mindfulness.
  • Time Management – Participants will engage in a time management exercise to prioritize tasks and optimize productivity.
  • Boundary-Setting – Participants will engage in a boundary-setting exercise to establish healthy boundaries with technology and enhance focus.


Managing digital distractions is essential for enhancing productivity and promoting mental health in the workplace. Understanding the psychology of digital distractions, identifying common sources, and implementing strategies for minimizing them can help employees stay focused and engaged at work. Practicing mindfulness, time management, and boundary-setting techniques can create a healthier relationship with technology and improve overall wellbeing.