5 reasons your employees should be actual jugglers (and not the multitasking kind)

No, I’m not talking about people who are good at multitasking. Research has proven that multitasking is a myth and that attempting to multitask often leads to a lack of productivity and burnout.

Instead, I’m advocating that we train our employees to physically juggle.

Recently, we invited Jen Slaw – a speaker, entertainer, and trainer, to lead a presentation for our firm. Jen focuses on using performing arts and, specifically, juggling to open a dialog around change, innovation, work-life integration, and more.

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