Cognitive Load Coping


The world of information is never-ending. Each day we are asked to read and listen to more, absorb it and do something with it. The Institute for the Future identified recently that cognitive load coping would be one of the most in demand capabilities for 2020 and beyond.

  • How to manage the inflow of information; how to organise it, synthesise it and package it up so it is useful and reusable, transferrable. Many of us have pages of notes scribbled in meetings and at conferences that never got looked at again.
  • How do we capture, map and digest information so that we can continue to listen and learn, as well and take the insights and ideas from what we’re hearing?

The skills of cognitive load management can be learned. This session will do just that.

Lynne Cazaly helps individuals, teams and organisations transition to new ways of working. Lynne is an international keynote speaker, author and a master facilitator. She works with executives, senior leaders and project teams on their major change and transformation projects.

Lynne will help you think better, make sense of information and handle the realities of information overload with a range of ingenious processes, tools and methods. She is a partner with and on the Faculty of Thought Leaders Business School and is an experienced board director and chair. 

She is the author of six books including: ‘ish: The Problem with our Pursuit for Perfection and the Life-Changing Practice of Good Enough’, ‘Agile-ish: How to build a culture of agility’, as well as ‘Leader as Facilitator’, ‘Making Sense’, ‘Create Change’ and ‘Visual Mojo’.