Jul 03 2024


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm





Mastering Multitasking and Well-being: Boost Productivity and Employee Satisfaction in Your Small Business

Running a small business means doing lots of things at once. This can be good, but it can also make you tired and stressed. It’s important to learn how to balance doing many tasks with taking care of yourself.

Being an entrepreneur is hard because you have to do everything. Multitasking can help, but it can also cause problems like getting tired and making mistakes. You need to know the good and bad sides of multitasking and how to take care of yourself.

Join our webinar to learn more about multitasking and well-being. You will:

  • Learn what multitasking is and how it affects you.
  • Find out the good and bad effects of multitasking, like saving time but also getting tired.
  • Discover ways to manage your time and tasks better.
  • Learn why self-care is important and how to do it.
  • Get tips on how to help your employees take care of themselves too.

What you’ll gain:

  • Better productivity
  • A healthier work environment
  • Easy-to-follow strategies
  • Expert advice

Don’t let multitasking stress you out. Learn how to balance work and self-care today. Sign up now.

Join us online from your home or office. This free, 60-minute session fits into your busy schedule.

Sign up now to learn how to balance multitasking and well-being. Register today and take the first step towards a healthier, more productive business.

Click the button below to register.

Presented by Naomi Steenson.

Naomi Steenson is the Director of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). With a deep commitment to ensuring equitable access to nutritious food for all youth and older adults, Naomi has been instrumental in promoting and expanding the CACFP across Colorado. Under her leadership, the program has positively impacted food insecurity and improved health outcomes for participants by reducing rates of obesity and the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes.

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