why it's time to techtimeout
too much tech negatively impacts wellbeing, productivity and focus
enabling you, your family and your workplace to have a healthier relationship with tech
Let’s get one thing straight here... we aren’t anti-tech. We love the ways that tech can connect us, inspire us and push us forward. But, we also know that you can have too much of a good thing, and people are becoming more and more addicted to tech. This can have a negative impact on productivity, mental health, and relationships.
Our tools, workshops and resources help workplaces and individuals to create a healthy relationship with tech.
have a healthier relationship with tech
how it works...
workshops for workplaces
boost productivity, employee wellbeing and improve your relationship with tech in your workplace with our interactive workshops.
productivity & wellbeing tools
use our tried and tested productivity and wellbeing tools to take a techtimeout to improve your physical and mental wellbeing.
working from home
training tips and resources to help you maximise productivity and find work/life balance away from your screens.
what are people saying
We truly believe in the benefits of techtimeout, but don’t just take our word for it.
"The concept of being addicted to technology isn't something I'd particularly thought about previously. We all use tech in the office and we have innovated utilising technology across the business which has pushed us ahead of the curve for years. However techtimeout has given us a new appreciation of some of the negative impacts of technologies and how we can adapt our practices to be more mindful of these adverse effects."
Managing Director, National Hometyre Group
"The concept of techtimeout and the support around it has helped my team enjoy a healthier relationship with technology. In particular I’ve found our meetings are now more focused and more productive"
Managing Director, FBC Manby Bowdler
"We spend too much time living through technology rather than connecting in real life. It's lazy and it distracts you from fully experiencing what is happening in that moment. And none of that is good for our mental health."
Lead Clinical Psychologist
get in touch
If you'd like to find out more about our workshops and resources or want to share your thoughts on technology and how to take a techtimeout - get in touch today!
Tel: 01743 627007
Location: away from our devices!