4 hours


$2000 CAD for in-house teams, excluding travel costs (or $1500 USD)


We are located in Vancouver, Canada, and provide in-person training across North America, or online training using using Zoom or Microsoft Teams.


Is your team exhausted or distracted? Are they working remotely and struggling to blend work and life?

Online meetings and hybrid working is here to stay, requiring a rethink in the way we structure work and life. More than ever before, our staff need skills to manage digital overload as part of their wellbeing, including strategies to focus, think clearly and care for self. 

What if your team could be more productive by unplugging from too much online activity? What if investing in space to think deeply, rest fully and reconnect with people in real-life could be a strategy to help your team be at their best?

This productivity course is based on Daniel Sih’s multi award-winning book, Spacemaker, winner of the Australian Business Book Award in 2021 (Personal Development) and the Royal Dragonfly in 2022 (Best Science and Technology eBook, Best Audiobook and Best New Non-Fiction Author).


  • Discover why wellbeing is hard to define and the factors impacting our wellbeing. 
  • Explore the connection between digital technology and sustained productivity, and why we need more space.
  • Discover why our productivity and wellbeing suffers when we overuse digital technology in hybrid environments.
  • Understand the paradigm of technology and why our brain needs to unplug from excessive online activity.
  • Recognise the signs of digital overuse and how to improve the health, happiness and productivity of teams.
  • Define individual areas of personal wellbeing to improve self-care.
  • Reflect on the impact of digital overuse in the domains of your life.
  • Establish research-informed habits to increase deep thought, deep rest and deeper relationships.
  • Identify strategies to achieve your best work as a team, investing in keeping pace and making space.
  • Practical commitments (using tools like a habit tracker) to encourage personal and collective action.