(In Person) Mindful Technology: Embracing Technology, Innovation and Mindfulness to Create Lasting Human Connections

Ways of Working

Technology, such as cloud software, artificial intelligence and machine learning, is not the end of real human connection -- it is just the beginning. When technology is set up in the right ways, we have more time to spend together collaborating and growing our businesses. The key is to implement and use technology in a thoughtful, ethical way so that we, along with our colleagues and employees, don’t become consumed and stressed by it. When implementing technology, we often spend the majority of our time on the technical skills around operating it. However, it’s just as important to spend an equal amount of time designing the guidelines around how we use it to communicate so that we’re not inadvertently creating additional work and stress, rather than less. The “Ultimate Gift of Technology” is to allow it to do the heavy lifting so you can dedicate more time developing collaborative and lasting relationships with your employees and customers. By doing so, you can become a more empathetic leader, incorporating technology practices in a mindful way and cultivate an engaged company culture that improves each person’s ability to communicate, innovate, and create.

In this presentation, you will:

  • Unlearn the routines of the past by embracing technology and learning how to take advantage of some of the latest developments that focus on connecting people in business and improving company culture
  • Tap into self-discovery and mindfulness techniques to design a customer experience that will last and grow into the future; and,
  • Learn how to be more empathetic as a leader, by allowing technology to do the heavy lifting, by developing the soft skills necessary to create a more collaborative culture with your employees and be more engaged to their needs so you can get the best results possible from your team.


Registration for in-person attendance is now closed.  

Appetizers will be served starting at 5:30pm and the chapter meeting kicks-off at 6:45pm.  

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Speaker Info:


Amy Vetter is the CEO of The B3 Method Institute and Drishtiq Yoga, a keynote speaker, and corporate board member. She is the author of the book, Business, Balance & Bliss: How the B3 Method Can Transform Your Career and Life, and the host of the Breaking Beliefs podcast. As a CPA and Yogi -- who specializes in Technology Innovation –- Amy provides a unique perspective that inspires people to transform their careers, businesses, and lives. Her speaking programs encompass one-of-a-kind topics on digital transformation, mindfulness, leadership, employee engagement, company culture, change management and innovation.Learn more at www.amyvetter.com, and follow @AmyVetterCPA.

It is no longer possible to register for this event

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Type of category: Chapter Meeting Presentations

Type of activity: Ways of Working

Date: September 8th, 2022

Hour: 5:30PM to 8:00PM

Number of PDUs: 1


Students: $5.00

Members: $10.00

Non members: $20.00


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