Braintuning: concentrated & focused work

Customer requirements, e-mails, telephone calls, new tasks - everything has to be completed immediately in a multitasking manner and in high quality. It is a difficult selection and learning task for the brain to focus on tasks over a longer period of time, to block out disturbances and to constantly learn new things. In this training you will learn how to use various techniques to increase your memory span and information speed in a targeted and sustainable way and how to reactivate and, if necessary, optimize your learning strategies. No matter if your studies were 5 or 25 years ago: Especially in times of increasing complexity, high speed and dense information flow, lifelong fluid intelligence in mental fitness becomes more and more important! Since our brains start to break down fluid intelligence at the age of 25, this training is recommended from this age and especially for "Best Agers". In the Braintuning seminar you will learn how to navigate more efficiently, effectively and at the same time more relaxed through everyday working life.

The focus is on these contents

Multitasking and concentration killers in the daily work routine

  • The fairy tale of multitasking
  • Dealing with concentration killers and complexity in the workplace
  • Practical transfer: Problems from the participants' practice are worked on in a solution-oriented manner

Increase concentration, attention and memory

  • "Use it or lose it": neurology and physiology from brain research
  • Fluid versus crystalline intelligence
  • IVG and GWD: tune your memory span and information speed
  • Techniques and exercises to increase concentration - also for everyday life
  • Practical transfer: How to become faster, more focused, more concentrated

Braintuning: Train your brain fitness

  • Brainjogging and memory training - how to get up to speed quickly
  • Memo techniques - how to remember 10 to-dos
  • The Brain Fitness Pyramid according to Dr. Lehrl
  • BrainWalking - The turbo for your brain

Learning has to be learned

  • Reaching the goal with the right learning technique
  • "Best Agers" and learning behavior: Find your individual learning concept
  • From scimming and speedreading: learning fast techniques
  • How to build neural networks and retain once learned in your memory