Find your focus

Science-backed ways to do the best work of your life

Dr Amantha Imber
Organisational Psychologist


Email. Social media. Endless pings and dings. We live in a world littered with digital distractions and temptation. And when we need to do focused, impactful, and creative work, protecting that time is precious.

In this on-demand webcast, Dr Amantha Imber takes us through the latest productivity research from psychology and neuroscience. Amantha shares evidence-based strategies that will help you transform your work habits, turbo charge your output, and ultimately feel a whole lot happier at work.

Dr Amantha Imber's work with law firms has seen hundreds of lawyers turbo charge their productivity, wellbeing, and energy levels. Her programs have increased productivity by over 25% and have increased people’s job satisfaction and energy levels by over 30% in a matter of weeks.

Key takeaways:

  • Understand how your current behaviour is killing your ability to do impactful work.
  • How to create the optimal structure for your workday, based on neuroscience.
  • The simple strategy that will let you win back at least two hours in every workday.
  • Discover hacks that can be applied immediately to tune out digital distractions.


Amantha Imber

Dr Amantha Imber | Read bio
Organisational Psychologist & Founder, Inventium

Juliana Warner. President, The Law Society of NSW

Juliana Warner 
2021 Law Society President


Format: On-demand webcast
Recorded: 25 October 2021
CPD: 1 unit, self-allocated
Cost: Member – complimentary
Non-member – $29
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How I Work

How I Work is a podcast that dissects the tactics, tools, and strategies used by the world's most successful people to achieve so much more with their day (despite having the same amount of hours as the rest of us). The show is hosted by award-winning Organisational Psychologist Dr Amantha Imber.

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