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Personal development , | Recorded webinar

Techtimeout: Digital Wellbeing in the Legal Profession

45 minutesFoundation

This introductory session is aimed at those who want to adopt a healthier relationship with technology. Improving digital wellbeing can support mental health and productivity.

Hear from digital wellbeing experts techtimeout as they discuss some of the darker aspects of technology and the pressure that comes with 24/7 connection and endless digital distractions.

This on-demand webinar will highlight the impact that the overuse of technology can have on mental health and wellbeing. It will provide practical tips and guidance to help you build a healthier relationship with technology for yourself and your teams.

The live webinar was delivered on 28 April 2022.

Who this is for

Freelance solicitors, Junior lawyers, Paralegals, Practice managers, Solicitors, Students / Trainees.

Learning outcomes

SRA competence: A3  +4 more for SRA competence: A3, C1, C2, C3, D1

After attending the session, attendees will:

  • Understand the impact of technology on mental health and wellbeing
  • Define “digital addiction” and identify the signs and red flags
  • Gain some practical tips to adopt a healthy relationship with technology
  • Understand how a strong digital wellbeing strategy can support your workplace
What this will cover

This interactive webinar will cover the following content:

  • Reflect on your use of technology and what impact this could be having.
  • Understand the impact that overusing technology can have on:
    • Mental Health & Wellbeing
    • Sleep
    • Physical wellbeing
    • Productivity
    • Communication
  • Is technology exasperating mental health concerns in the workplace?
  • Actions you and your colleagues can take today to support digital wellbeing
  • Digital wellbeing in practice: Biscoes Solicitors
How you will learn

This on-demand webinar will include a number of interactive activities and group discussions.

The session will also touch on the SRA workplace culture thematic review now concluded and report published.