Join us for a delightful evening of dinner, networking, an insightful talk, and go home with a book! Best-selling author and sociologist Christine Carter shares how to increase your ability to get things done and enjoy the life you’ve worked so hard to create. This event was sold out.
Wednesday, July 12th 2017
2063 Valley Life Sciences Building (dinner & networking starting at 5:30pm)
2060 Valley Life Sciences Building (lecture hall starting at 7pm)
Berkeley, CA 94720
How to Accomplish More by Doing Less The East Bay Chapter for the Association for Women in Science is excited to partner with the UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center to present this event. Carter will share the latest research on productivity and elite performance. Using surprising science and lively anecdotal evidence, Carter offers a practical game plan for mitigating stress by working with our brain’s innate hard-wiring to increase happiness, balance, and ultimately, success.
• What happens to our brain when we tip into overwhelm
• Why some digital habits make us less productive (even as they make us feel harder working)
• Easy-to-implement strategies to harness the power of your unconscious mind
Event registration includes dinner and a paperback copy of “The Sweet Spot.” Discounted rates for AWIS members and students.
It’s summer at the university, so parking is easy! Berkeley city street parking is free after 6pm. This event is easy to get to from Downtown Berkeley BART. For transportation options, see here.
Dinner and networking (room 2063 VLSB)
Christine Carter talk (lecture hall 2060 VLSB)
About Christine Carter, Ph.D.
A sociologist and senior fellow at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, Christine Carter, Ph.D., is the author of The Sweet Spot: How to Accomplish More by Doing Less (2015) and Raising Happiness (2011). Drawing on the latest scientific research on positivity, productivity, and elite performance, Carter demonstrates a sweet paradox: by doing less we can actually accomplish more.
A sought-after keynote speaker and executive coach, Dr. Carter also writes an award-winning blog, which is frequently syndicated on the HuffingtonPost, PsychologyToday.com, Medium.com, and several other websites.