Josh Davis is the Chief Scientist and Senior Faculty as Mentora Institute. He is the author of an international bestseller on time management, Two Awesome Hours: Science-Based Strategies to Harness Your Best Time and Get Your Most Important Work Done, now published in 10 languages. His writing has appeared in Harvard Business Review, strategy+business, Training + Development, Psychology Today, and others. He also trains individuals in techniques derived from psychotherapy at the NLP Center of NY and coaches people to love public speaking.
Prior to joining Mentora, Josh guided the translation of research on behavior change into leadership content as the Director of Research and Lead Professor for the NeuroLeadership Institute, during a period where the organization more than quadrupled in size. He also served as a professor in the Department of Psychology at Barnard College, as well as Columbia University and New York University. He holds a bachelors in engineering from Brown University and a PhD from Columbia University, where he studied psychology and neuroscience.
Josh Davis joins us on this episode of Intersections to discover practical insights on how to manage the many demands on your time so you can do your best work in these past pandemic times. Many of us are finding it challenging to manage our responsibilities in today's conditions. The stakes are high, the pressure is intense, the demands are many, and the conditions ever-changing. We are stretched and strained beyond measure. Learn practical insights from neuroscience, C-suite experiences, and studies of great leaders on how you can consistently do your best work and avoid common time-wasting traps.
The episode “Managing Your Time During a Global Pandemic” offers key insights on: