Focus & Attention
Remaining focused when life gets frantic (eLearning/self study)
The greatest competitive advantage in the modern economy
is a positive & engaged brain ..”
Is your mind your own worst enemy?
- Scattered? Inattentive? Unfocused?
- Flitting from one thing to another?
- Leaving behind a trail of unfinished tasks?
And what impact does this have on your life and work?
- Feeling in control?
- Or feeling exhausted by it?
Perhaps better understanding more about your own focus and attention might help ..
This eLearning course is an overview of focus and attention and ways to increase it
Find out from brain science just how ineffective some of our normal working strategies can be and discover some alternative, more brain-friendly ways to get stuff done and take back time
Helping you to work smarter, not harder
"Great class on the value of attention compared with the cost of multitasking. If you start out the class thinking that you can do something else at the same time, you will hopefully quickly realize the fallacy of that approach, and the apply it to other parts of your life"
This course will help you understand
- Explore how your brain typically focuses or gets distracted
- Reflect on the typical human brain state and the implications of this at work
- Identify just how ineffective you are when you multitask
- Consider the structure of your day from the perspective of maximising your cognitive resources and minimising your cognitive load
- Explore some brain smart working practices that you can immediately apply
By the end: You'll have a clearer understanding of your brain's tendencies, together with some practical ideas to boost your own concentration and productivity
Content: Bite-sized videos (average: 5 mins), plus self-reflection questions, a short fun quiz and a focus guided visualisation
Duration: 3 hours
Suitable for: Everyone who operates a brain
This course forms part of the Mind at Work eSeries (launches Dec 19), a selection of eCourses that help support your mind at work
- Work & Your Brain: What stops, starts & drives your brain at work?
- Focus & Attention: Remaining focused when life gets frantic
- Keep Calm & Carry On: Regulating your emotions under pressure (launches Dec 19)
- Avoiding Overwhelm: Finding quiet in the eye of the storm (launches Dec 19)
- Mindfulness at Work for You: Simple ways to be more mindful at work
"I am loving this series, as it has really opened my eyes & mind to a new way of looking at my daily life"
Want this course invoiced, white labelled, hosted on your LMS, delivered as a webinar or something else?
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“I design the courses that I wish I’d taken at the start of my career”
Debbie Jeremiah is an ex General Electric (GE) Crotonville global leadership learning designer. She specialised in mindful leadership and brain-friendly ways of meeting & working, delivering 200+ mind-related webinars. In creating ThinkingSpace.training she pooled her expertise of mindfulness, the brain at work and resilience to create accessible, brain-related content, for individuals and their teams
“I aim to create the content that past customers asked me for, namely; contemporary topics to help teams to think better, connect more, manage change and boost resilience. Delivered through blended offerings ..."
- simple, bite-sized, eLearning
- virtually delivered (brain-friendly) team workshops
- scheduled open webinars
- digital packages for self-delivery by HR or managers”
Debbie has an Executive Masters (Dist) from the Institute of NeuroLeadership, is an accredited Team & 1:1 SAFETY™ debrief facilitator from the Academy of Brain-based Leadership, is, a ‘Time to Think’ Thinking Environment® Transforming Meetings trainer and a certified trainer of numerous GE leadership skills classes. She is an international conference speaker on digitally supported neuro-management, mindfulness and resilience in the workplace
She lives near Cambridge, UK