AIM Leadership accelerates business results by improving individual, team and organizational effectiveness and leadership capabilities from the inside out. We offer coaching, training and facilitation, masterminds and keynote addresses. AIM Leadership is dedicated to providing effective and efficient strategies that deliver results while maintaining a culture of trust, communication, and caring between individuals and teams.
About Camille Preston, PhD, PCC
Camille is a leadership expert. She understands where people are, what is happening to them, and how to be their best selves most quickly. Camille specializes in helping people unlock their capacity for excellence, action, and impact. Her clients learn to lead—and live—better.
A psychologist by training, Camille is masterful in recognizing underlying patterns that inhibit performance. She works with individuals and teams to identify specific actions they can take to amplify impact. In 2008, she identified the negative impact of technology and was on the front edge of the tech mindfulness movement with her book Rewired.
Camille is a thought leader in virtual effectiveness, cracking the code for understanding how to leverage technology, how to rewire for results, and how to create impactful, effective collaborations with people who you do not see face to face. Her clients master leadership agility, the vital new competency for individuals, teams, and organizations in our wired world.
Camille has over 20 years’ experience in consulting and coaching. She is the author of Create More Flow: Igniting Peak Performance in an Overwired World and Rewired: How to Work Smarter, Live Better, and Be Purposefully Productive in an Overwired World, and a frequent guest expert on TV, radio, and blogs. Create More Flow is designed to improve effectiveness at work but invariably improves individuals’ overall happiness and fulfillment in life.
Camille is a Partner at Blackhorn Ventures and an adjunct faculty at the Center for Creative Leaderships. She has a PhD in psychology from the University of Virginia, an executive coaching certificate from Georgetown University, and advanced leadership training from the Center for Creative Leadership. She is certified in every major professional and cognitive assessment, from MBTI to Neurolinguistic Programming and Neurostrategies.
She is an avid runner, yogi, and adventure traveler. She has worked on five continents, traveled to 39 countries, and currently lives in Cambridge, MA with her husband, Mark, and their son, Preston and daughter, Adeline.
Session length: 45 minutes
What’s your pain point in today’s wired world? If it is overwhelm, you’re not alone. Most of us are overwhelmed by the information coming into our lives on a daily basis, by the expectation to be on 24/7, and by the increasingly blurred boundaries between work and life. But don’t fool yourself—dealing with overwhelm doesn’t simply mean logging off or shutting down your digital devices. To address overwhelm in a wired world, it is important to learn how to prioritize—even when everything feels urgent—and how to bring your full attention to what you have prioritized.
You also need to learn with your digital devices and leverage them to your advantage. This session examines how to get laser-focused on what matters, how to continue exploring your personal learning edge, and how to ensure you are able to take risks without increasing your sense of overwhelm. Participants will leave with actionable strategies on how to tackle overwhelm in a wired world, including how to build the bandwidth needed to take back control of work and life in a turbulent sea of information.
Session length: 90 minutes
In the past, peak performance meant mastering your game and putting in the effort needed to stay on top of your game over time. As machine learning and AI continue to disrupt the workplace and leadership, simply mastering your game and sustaining your place is no longer an option. Today, whether you’re an employee, manager, or leader, life-long learning is part and parcel of reaching your peak performance and sustaining this performance over time.
This means that today’s leaders and the leaders of tomorrow need more agility than ever before. This session explores the challenges of being at our best in the digital world. Specific attention will be paid to the strategies we can use to reclaim control, rethink work, and find flow in a world where disruption is now the name of the game.