Discover Your Memory Power in the “Memory Switch” Workshop – June 2016 Meeting of HR Professionals
So someone remembers YOUR name, but you can’t remember his or hers! Sound familiar? Time to turn on that “Memory Switch” at monthly meeting of JSAHR (The Jersey Shore Association for Human Resources), open to the public, Thursday, June 9, 2016, from 7:45 to 10:00 a.m., at the Jumping Brook Country Club, 210 Jumping Brook Road, Neptune, N.J.
Attendees will learn how to train their memory – remember names, faces, and key information; make presentations without notes; remember important information from meetings, to-do lists, written information; and much more in the “Memory Switch” workshop presented by Matthew Goerke.
The registration fee, including a full buffet breakfast, is $30.00 for JSAHR members; $40.00 for nonmembers; $25.00 for guests and those in-transition, and $10.00 for full-time students.
Register online at jsahr.shrm.org/events or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Christine Higgins, JSAHR chapter administrator, at 732-701-7155.
Meridian Occupational Health is sponsoring the June JSAHR meeting. JSAHR, a SHRM affiliated chapter, is a Gold Excel award winner of SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management.) This program is pending one (1) SHRM and one (1) HRCI (Human Resource Certification Institute) recertification credit. www.hrci.org
About the Speaker: Matthew Goerke is regarded as one of America’s leading experts in the field of Memory Development. He has shared with thousands of business professionals from all walks of life the techniques for developing an instant recall memory with results that can only be described as amazing. He has trained executives from corporations, including AT&T, Prudential, Exxon, Wells Fargo, Merck, Caldwell Banker, and the United States Defense Department. Goerke is the developer of the “Memory Switch” program, the most utilized program of its kind ever developed. For that reason, he is a sought-after guest and has appeared on hundreds of radio and television talk shows.