JICNY Guest Networking Meeting With Special Guest Speaker & Author

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Date(s) - 05/12/2015
7:45 am - 9:00 am

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Midtown Location- address confirmed with RSVP


Guests are invited to come and experience the high quality of our professional networking group and to meet our current members. RSVP is necessary.

The JICNY welcomes our Special Guest speaker, Josh Davis, a former JICNY Networker and now successful Author, Speaker and Lecturer.

JOSH DAVIS, Ph.D., is the director of research and lead professor at the NeuroLeadership Institute, a global institute dedicated to synthesizing scientific research and guiding its use in the business and leadership domains. He has taught at Columbia University, New York University, and Barnard College of Columbia University. He has written for HBR.org, strategy + business, Psychology Today, and People & Strategy. He lives in New York City. Visit him online at TwoAwesomeHours.com , the title of his current book.

ABOUT THE BOOK: Whether we love our jobs or not, the amount of work on our plate has reached unsustainable levels. We start each workday anxious about how we will get it all done, and which important tasks will have to be sacrificed—again—so we can keep our heads above water. We often respond to our out-of-control to-do lists by focusing on being more efficient—trying to get more done in less time.

According to Josh Davis, Ph.D., we’re going about it the wrong way. The answer is not to get more done faster, but rather to create the conditions for at least two awesome hours of peak productivity each day. Drawing on the latest research in neuroscience and psychology, Davis shows us deceptively simple strategies to create the conditions for incredible productivity and to restore sanity and balance to our lives. Learn more at TwoAwesomeHours.com.

For more info about the JICNY Networking group www.jicny.com/networking

Seeking $180 Sponsors- List your name or business on the flier. To Sponsor, contact Jodi

To RSVP, send email to events@jicny.com write “Guest networking rsvp” in the subject line