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    Your Brain Health & Happiness Matters: High Performance Habits in the Information Age

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    A healthy, happy brain is 35% more productive than a brain that is stressed, overwhelmed or exhausted.

    In today’s digital era maintaining brain health and happiness is more important than ever, due to the significant impact of technology on our mental, emotional, and physical well-being.  

    In the context of information evolution things are moving FAST…VERY FAST and our brains must function at optimal capacity to keep up with the amount of information we now need to deal with. AI is doubling in capability every two years, and we must be aware of the potential unintended consequences within our lives professionally and personally before it’s too late.

    There are new terms such as “Infobesity”, “Digital Dementia” and “Infoxication” being created which refer to the decline in cognitive ability from the extraordinary increase in the load of data we now need to manage.   It is estimated that we are now processing 74GB of data every day which is more than our ancestors would process in a lifetime, yet we are still operating with our “Human Operating System” functioning from a brain which is hundreds of years old and largely unchanged. 

    It is clear the speed, volume and capability of AI will continue to expand rapidly so we need to consider how we can thrive in the information age by “Being Kind to our Mind”.

    In this session, presented by Naomi Oyston from Shine Executive, participants will discover:

    • How recent AI advancements are rapidly changing the information landscape
    • The impact of information overload on our mental health
    • Neuroscience of stress and overwhelm
    • Why wellbeing is your superpower in maintaining focus, clarity and creativity
    • The 4 keys to thriving:   Happiness, Health, High Performance and Habits
    • Simple strategies to take control of your own mental health and productivity

    Places are limited, so please book early so you don't miss out.  

    For further information, please contact Kim Milnes at Aitken Legal -




    Naomi has more than twenty years leadership experience within the Corporate, Financial and SME Business sectors. She has had extensive executive level success, with direct responsibility for leading the implementation and performance assessment of Customer Service Excellence, Sales Performance, Productivity & Leadership training within Commonwealth Bank Business Banking. She has also led the Leadership Performance Coaching Team at Suncorp, with responsibility for Branch, Financial Planning, Home Lending and Business Banking Leadership Development. Within Heritage Bank, she has designed and delivered a group wide Sales through Service program along with playing an integral role in developing a contemporary customer conversation framework and has also delivered a Risk Management program for leaders.

    As an independent consultant, she has worked across multiple industries including Government, Corporate, Financial, Insurance, Mining, Manufacturing, Trade Services, Aged Care, Consulting, Retail, Technology, Pharmaceutical and Education to help leaders to drive exceptional people & performance outcomes. Naomi specialises in providing bespoke solutions that meet the unique needs of her clients by gaining a deep understanding of needs, challenges and opportunities. Prior to setting up her consultancy, she operated her own successful commercial finance broking business and knows firsthand the challenges of creating a sustainable, profitable operation based on strong business-to-business relationships.

    Naomi judged on the Telstra Business Women’s Awards, AIM Leadership Excellence Awards and is recognised by the Who’s Who of Australian Women for her contribution to mentoring Women in the financial and business sectors.

    Naomi is passionate about helping her clients to focus on results that matter. She creates continuous incremental improvement through combining street proven systems & processes with exemplary people skills and a culture of sustainability, using a head, heart & soul approach to success.

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