Scientists have shown that the human brain has a much larger ability than we think. In the last 10 years, we have discovered more about our brain especially in the areas of Memory and Thinking. The increased awareness of brain dementia has prompted people to learn how to strengthen their power to recall. People are the only real resource in any organizations. Hence the task of developing the employees’ mental skills would be of utmost importance to both the individual and the Company.
This workshop helps participants enhance their thinking and remembering skills, to further improve their short and long-term memory and discover the brain’s amazing capabilities, learning the "natural" ways of tapping into their mental powerhouse.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
Executives, professionals and managers who need to recall facts and remember faces and numbers at work.
Module 1: Memory and I
Eric Cheong speaks at conferences and in-house seminars such as the 14th International Conference on Thinking and the International Conference on Habits of Mind. Eric hopes to promote global mental literacy in Asia, helping people to become better thinkers by activating their inherent brain skills to achieve success. He graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree with honours from the National University of Singapore.
Over the years, Eric has trained more than 5,000 executives, teachers and students across Asia. Some of his major clients include Oracle, Intel, Motorola, HSBC, ARUP, HK Securities, HK Exchange & Clearing Limited, Tuv Sud, Hewlett Packard, Singapore Airlines Ltd, Singapore Mass Rapid Transit Ltd and Singapore Power Ltd. He has also trained Singapore government agencies such as Ministry of Education, National Heritage Board, Housing Development Board, Health Promotion Board, Supreme Court, Health Sciences Authority and Defence Science Organisation.