Juliet Funt is the CEO of WhiteSpace at Work, a training and consulting ﬁrm that helps organizations, their leaders and employees ﬂip the norms of business in order to reclaim their creativity, productivity and engagement. With thought-provoking content and immediately actionable tools, she has become a nationally recognized expert in coping with the Age of Overload in which we all live and work.
Juliet helps attendees learn the pivotal difference between activity and productivity. She teaches them a streamlined method for personal process improvement – leading to more creativity and engagement. She helps executives, managers and teams answer the critical question “What thoughts deserve my full attention today?”
Juliet regularly wows audiences as a high-impact, high-energy speaker. Yet her deeper mission is to show organizations how WhiteSpace® can change the negative patterns and behaviors that prevent them from achieving optimum results. Her clients include a number of Fortune 100 companies and span a wide array of industries, from ﬁnancial services to technology, manufacturing to the military, and executive workshops to audiences as large as 7,000.
Incredibly intuitive, Juliet successfully blends highly customized content with a keen understanding of clients’ needs in her programs and consulting work. With a unique blend of charisma, humor and tough love, she has the uncanny ability to connect with people at all levels, compelling them to make real, lasting change. Yet beneath her powerful assets, she is both authentic and accessible. As a busy corporate speaker and consultant, business owner, wife, and mother of three young boys, she practices on a daily basis the WhiteSpace® concept she shares with clients.
Juliet Funt is a force for change in organizations around the world, helping them ﬁnd their WhiteSpace, recharge their people and reclaim their passion for work.
Twitter – @whitespaceatwrk
LinkedIN – https://www.linkedin.com/in/julietfunt
July 19, 2018
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
Innovation and long-term success may not be the time management issues you think they are. Indeed, in a time-crunched society, building a pause button into the schedule might be the best way to improve productivity—Let the mind wander and it may discover insights and ideas that are impossible to find in a bulging day planner. … Continued