Do you sometimes...
...Forget important deadlines?
...Forget to bring relevant items to meetings and discussions?
...Have difficulty remembering important information about clients?
...Unintentionally leave items in areas not designated for those items?
...Have difficulty remembering information presented during meetings or discussions?
...Have trouble recalling specific memories?
...Have trouble remembering names, dates & times?
...Read an entire page, then immediately forget what you just read?
If you answered "YES" to any of these questions, you need more structure, but structure is defined differently for each person.
It is important to use your own personal thinking style to create structures that make sense to you. This approach will allow you to utilize your own cognitive strengths to retain and recall new information - even when under pressure.
What are the training objectives for this program?
Participants will learn how to:
* Retain & recall information from classes, meetings, and conversations
* Communicate their message to ensure it's remembered the way they want
* Apply personal memory strategies to improve their overall efficiency at work
* Move information from their short-term to long-term memory quickly & easily
* Improve their concentration & observation skills to improve their overall memory skills
* Recall memories quickly
What makes this program different?
Most memory improvement books and seminars recommend a variety of rigid techniques and exercises that, for the most part, can be effective. Unfortunately, these techniques and exercises often require a great deal of effort and time, and don't always work for everyone - particularly in a busy work environment.
Therefore, our memory program does not focus on complex techniques or lengthy mental exercises. Instead, we will show participants how to use your natural way of thinking and preferred learning style to retain and recall information. This is not a gimmick; it is a practical, proven method to improve their memory skills.
"I liked the association of what is read and heard and applying it to memory. Great class!!"
SSG. Aaron Guam (U.S. Army)
"This seminar provided a host of great tools for memory. I will continue to apply what I learned."
SFC. David Carter (U.S. Army)
"I liked the presentation, the materials, the workbook, and class exercises."
Helga Barr, Administrative Assistant (GMAC)
"I liked how this seminar increased my awareness of how one's mind works and how can enhance it to work better."
Pauline Whalon (Naval Undersea Warfare Center)
"I learned new techniques for remembering and being aware of one's surroundings and other circumstances that would help us recall a particular situation."
Paul Levesque, Program Manager (Naval Undersea Warfare Center)
Can you customize Target Memory for organizations and groups?
Yes, we can tailor this program to meet the specific training needs of any organization or group. We also offer the following all-inclusive rates:
Group Rate: $2,500 (up to 30 participants)
Per Person Rate: $195 (minimum of 5 participants)
These rates include:
* A 1-day interactive training class customized to your specifications
* Delivery of the class at a location and time of your choosing
* All Target Learning administration and travel expenses
* A workbook for each participant containing all the memory strategies
* Worksheets to apply the strategies using their personal thinking style
* Six months of access to your instructor after the training class
--- OUTLINE ---
SECTION 1 - HOW WE THINK
LEARNING STYLE ASSESSMENT
A personal assessment tool to identify your most efficient way to receive new information.
THINKING STYLE ASSESSMENT
A personal assessment tool to identify your most efficient way to process new information.
MEMORY SENSES ASSESSMENT
An assessment tool to identify which of your five senses you use the most to remember information, places, persons, and things.
SECTION 2 - ALL ABOUT MEMORY
MEMORY MYTHS & FACTS
A list of what is true and not true about how our brain remembers and recalls information.
You will learn which physical, emotional, and environmental factors can affect your ability to quickly retain and recall information.
You will learn how to stimulate your brain through activities, certain types of food, and nutritional supplements.
You will learn how to take advantage of your five senses to remember information and events, and how to recall the memories later.
You will learn how to use your personal learning and thinking styles to efficiently and effectively recall recent and distant memories.
SECTION 3 - READ & WRITE TO REMEMBER
READING RETENTION TOOLS
You will learn several flexible techniques to help you organize your reading assignments to ensure excellent comprehension and recall.
You will learn how to structure and present your written communication to ensure your readers remember and recall what they read.
SECTION 4 - LISTEN TO REMEMBER
A step-by-step method to help you become mentally and physically prepared to retain key information from classes, meetings, and conversations.
You will learn how to retain information when talking with people whom have a different thinking style (e.g. detailed thinker speaking to a concept thinker).
PRESENTING TO LISTENERS
You will learn how to present information so your listeners can easily retain and recall the information.
You will receive a workbook containing all the program strategies, along with custom worksheets to help you organize new information for better retention and recall.
Training Seminar Time:
Check-In begins at 8:30AM Training Program 9:00AM - 4:00PM