Dec 22 2022


12:00 - 13:00

Digital Detox – Finding the optimal balance

It’s not unusual for technology to leave us feeling overwhelmed, stressed, and struggling to stay focussed.  We often feel the need to be always connected, always busy and never seem to have time for the important things like relationships, careers, or even our own health. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

In this webinar, digital detox expert Colin Corby will explore the benefits that regular digital detoxing brings using research and simple to implement techniques that will enable you to have a more sustainable relationship with technology and in the process improve your creativity, productivity, and physical and mental health.

You will learn more about:
✅ What digital detox is and why it is so important for humans
✅ Some of the problems associated with our always on technology
✅ How to restore your focus and attention
✅ Easy to implement tips on creating a healthier balance with technology


  • Colin Corby
    Colin Corby
    Creator of the ‘The Digital Detox Coach’, technologist, digital wellbeing coach and endurance athlete

    Colin Corby believes in the power of stories and their ability to challenge your thinking and is dedicated to inspiring and coaching his clients to change their thought patterns and behaviours. He is the creator of ‘The Digital Detox Coach’, a technologist, digital wellbeing coach and endurance triathlete. He is fascinated by the collision between technology and psychology, and how this relationship is changing our world, our health and the way we think. He is passionate about helping people and organisations achieve a healthier and more productive relationship with technology.

    Colin has over 30 years experience in leading technology companies which, together with the mindset of an athlete, he brings to his technology wellbeing practice. Founder of Technology Wellbeing Ltd in the UK, he holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Technology Management, a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Mathematics, and is a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), and the International Coaching Federation (ICF).

    He is also the author of a number of articles on the future of work, digital culture and digital detox.