Online Courses

Memory Spring has been focused on enhancing people’s memories, learning skills, job performance, and brain health since 2004. We’ve always promoted an integrated approach towards memory enhancement, brain function and learning. That approach has also driven us to provide training solutions and platforms that are tailored to the unique needs of our clients.  Want to attend a class but can’t get face-to-face? Try one of our instructor led online courses! 

Current courses that are available for online participation include:  

Managing Workplace Stress

Stress is an issue that we all deal with on a daily basis; however, most of us don’t realize the impact that stress has on our memory and mental health. Stress plays a significant role in our ability to learn, store information in our brain, and recall it when we need it. Stress over extended periods of time (chronic) wreaks havoc on our system, memory, brain health, mental health, and can destroy happiness. How can you effectively manage this stress and become more effective in today’s demanding work environment?  Managing Workplace Stress addresses this question and more. Click here for more course information.

Workplace Resilience

Enhancing Workplace Resilience

We all want to be more resilient in every area of our life. To improve our resiliency, we start by identifying factors that impact our ability to be successful. These challenges, when experienced over extended periods of time, can wreak havoc on our body, memory, brain health, mental health, and can destroy happiness. Lack of resilience in the workplace very often leads to job burnout, poor working conditions, and lower productivity.  How can you effectively become more resilient and increase performance in today’s demanding work environment?  Enhancing Workplace Resiliency addresses these questions and more. Click here for more course information.

Mindfulness in the Workplace

Today’s business environment is more fast-paced and competitive than ever before. The ability to be mindful in today’s workplace is becoming restricted by the pressure to work at a higher rate and respond to an increasing number of touch points and distractions. In addition, our conditioned need for nearly instant gratification makes it even more difficult to maintain clarity and presence in our tasks and relationships. With increased mindfulness, you can be efficient, effective, team-oriented and remain focused on goals. Without mindfulness, people and their customers suffer mentally, physically, and fiscally. Click here for more course information.

Maximizing Your Memory

Every day we are inundated with an increasing amount of information, communications, and demands that impact our lives.  Unfortunately, most of us haven’t developed the memory skills to retain and internalize the information.  You’ll improve work performance, school performance, productivity, family life and the quality of your life. What is your memory worth to you? Priceless! Click here for more course information.

Mastering Online Collaboration

In today’s challenging environment, people are struggling to maintain productivity. Social distancing and establishing a remote workspace are becoming the new normal. In the past, you often had people and resources at your fingertips right in your office. It was very easy to meet face-to-face and collaboratively develop a solution. Today, resources and people are spread over a large distance, requiring new tools and creative solutions. Click here for more course information.

Online Collaboration for Project Managers

Collaboration is at the heart of effective Project Management. Online and In-Person, Project Teams need to share a common vision, identify and manage risks, leverage individual skills, focus on completing their objectives, and maximize real-time communication. But the skills needed to engage and interact online are subtly and dynamically different than the skills needed to be effective in-person. Click here for more course information.

Online Collaboration for Salespeople

In today’s challenging climate, people are avoiding face-to-face interactions. A salesperson’s life blood is the face-to-face meeting. Face-to-face meetings inspire connectedness, confidence and commitment. Take away the face-to-face meeting and the salesperson’s customer connection and business can be at risk. Click here for more course information.

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