Take a step back and ask yourself the following questions: Do your employees find it challenging to remember clients’ names and phone numbers? Are they having trouble focusing in meetings or listening to the instructions being given? Despite being smart, experienced and dedicated employees can’t always perform as well as you and they would like.
There are seven key cognitive skills we all need and use to focus, think, prioritize, plan, understand, visualize, remember, and create useful associations, & solve problems. When cognitive skills are weak, they may show up as disorganization, difficulty prioritizing, planning, problem-solving, forgetfulness, slow work, time-management issues, difficulty sustaining attention, & multi-tasking, feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, anxious.
In an effort to address employee efficiency and well-being, many companies are incorporating a variety of physical wellness programs. But what is missing, for the most part, is a brain fitness or wellness program. It’s not just physical anymore! Total fitness includes physical, mental, and emotional components.
Learn what the key cognitive skills are, how peak performance in the workplace relies on the strength of these skills, and ways to maximize these skills in the workplace and in life.
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