Case study

Leadership in a Digital Age


In today’s fast-paced digital age, organisations must adapt to hybrid working patterns to stay competitive. However, many struggle to create a positive digital culture that supports productivity, efficiency, and wellbeing. That’s where Live More Offline’s Leadership in a Digital Age program comes in.

One large company approached us with the desire to cascade a healthy digital culture from the senior and executive leadership level. Initially looking to incorporate aspects of our leadership course into their programme, they were impressed with the Leadership in a Digital Age course and chose to replace their plans by running our signiature course. 

Leadership in a Digital Age is an 8 week high-impact course that equips leaders with skills to lead and succeed in remote or hybrid work, empowering them and their teams to thrive in the digital environment.

This course has made me more conscious of my own needs and those of my team


Leadership in a Digital Age begins by connecting with personal motivations and awareness of digital practices. Participants then engage in a unique blend of regular workshops, self-paced learning, and peer coaching to cover the Three Pillars of a Healthy Digital Culture

Digital Productivity’, our programme starts with digital productivity to give time-challenged managers time back immediately. It introduces a scientific approach for deep focus and embedding positive digital habits. 

Digital Wellbeing’ challenges ‘always on’ working culture by creating effective digital boundaries. This is accompanied by self-directed learning into frameworks and unconscious beliefs, while peer coaching strengthens healthy digital practices within teams.

Virtual connection and belonging’ shows leaders how to foster human connection within digital teams in a practical way. Supported by self-paced learning about efficient virtual meetings and asynchronous working, with peer coaching on remote communication.

The last part of the course focuses on turning aspirations into action, consolidating learning and establishing processes for cascading healthy team practices within the organisation. 


The results were clear. Participants saw immediate improvements in personal focus, productivity, and wellbeing. They saved an average of 4.6 hours during the working week through more efficient use of time. 

By the end of the course, all of the participants had implemented initiatives to enhance wellbeing and reduce digital overload. Further, all participants believed the changes from the course would improve the performance of their teams. The company was delighted with the feedback and recommended the rollout of the course across their leadership. 


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