Do you forget people’s names at the worst moments?
Are you ever asked a question, you should know the answer, but you struggle to form an intelligent reply?
These are common instances when a good memory is important.
Memory is an important work skill that you can develop and improve. People with good memories are often seen as knowledgeable, smart, competent and dependable. And there are many techniques you can use to develop your own ability to remember information – and then recall it when and where you need it.
In 90 minutes participants will learn how to remember people’s names and have a powerful impact on others by:
- being aware of a conversational technique to make a great first impression
- learning a strategy for remembering names – learn 30 names in 20 minutes
- understanding the impact of having a great memory.
This workshop explores the importance of first impressions and making an immediate impact. The workshop identifies why it is important to remember someone’s name, the impact of remembering names, and focuses on the negative behaviours we display when we forget someone’s name that we should be able to remember.
Participants are taken out of their comfort zone as they are challenged to master a technique for remembering people’s names.
This is a high energy, practical workshop that will amaze participants with what they can achieve in a short period of time.
“Memory….is the diary we all carry about with us.”