Pre-registration is now closed, but we welcome walkins in the door.
Presented by Ida Shessel, B.Sc., M.Ed.
In the age of instant information, does it matter if employees can’t recall information about your company and its products, services, customers, policies, processes, or procedures?
Lack of credibility and trustworthiness, poor sales and referral opportunities, as well as decreased flexibility and responsiveness to everyday situations are all consequences of having a bad memory on the job.
- trainees could learn and retain content faster?
- re-training could be reduced or even eliminated?
- learning transfer could be increased?
In this session, you will learn about and experience some of the brain training strategies memory athletes use to win national memory competitions.
By the end of this session, participants should be able to
- describe 3 principles of memory that work together to encode information in the brain
- apply a strategy that immediately multiplies memory and improves concentration and focus
- identify opportunities to apply memory techniques to training design and delivery
This session is for new and experienced facilitators and instructional designers who are looking for strategies to increase learner engagement, retention of content, and learning transfer.
About the Presenter
Ida Shessel, B.Sc., M.Ed., is the Chief Engagement Officer at Ida Shessel International, Inc. and has been a professional speaker, author, and facilitator for over 30 years. For 15 of those years, she was a senior consultant with an award-winning train-the-trainer organization, facilitating their workshops at meetings and conferences across North America and beyond.
Ida has worked with leading organizations in the fields of finance, pharmaceuticals, government, food manufacturing, technology, retail, gaming, telecommunications, automotive, higher education, and more.
She is the author of two books, Communicate Like a Top Leader and Meeting with Success, and a co-author of Engagement, Retention, and Growth.
For a free special report, go to http://www.idashessel.com
Visit her memory blog at www.ImprovingYourMemoryTechniques.com
We invite you to enjoy neighborhood restaurants with colleagues and friends prior to the meetings.
Third Thursday, May 16
Networking 6:15 pm
(Bring your business cards for this interactive exercise!)
Tech-Talk/Announcements/Business 6:45 pm
Program 7:00-8:30 pm
Orientation: 8:30-900 pm
Location: Antioch University Los Angeles, Room A1000, 400 Corporate Pointe Culver City, CA 90230
Directions to Campus
Parking: The entrance to our parking structure is from Uplander or from Slauson. Enter the parking structure for 400 Corporate Pointe and please park on Levels 6 or 7 only. The entrance to the campus is from the 4th floor of the parking garage, across the courtyard and through the glass doors. You will be in A1000. When you enter the building, make a right before the elevators and you will see A1000 to your right at the end of the hall.
Please bring your parking ticket with you to Campus Services to purchase an all-day discounted parking pass for $7 (cash or check, no credit cards please). Campus Services is located on the 1st floor of the campus. When you enter the building, make a right before the elevators and follow the hallway down and around to the left. You will see our large Campus Services office suite to your right.
Metered street parking is available.
Pre-paid by 2 days before meeting:
Members: $15 / Non-Members: $20
After 9:00 pm 2 days before meeting:
Members: $20 / Non-Members: $25
Pre-registration is advised and closes at noon on the day of the meeting, but walkins are always welcome.
Cancellation/Refund deadline is Tues, May 14 at 9 p.m.
No shows will be charged in full.