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October 24th: Reduce the 55-Hour Work Week


Why You Should Attend
Based on his recently published book, The Unfinished Work Week, Andrew brings new research to the forefront on the brain’s memory capacity and its impact in the workplace today. As employers have constrained employees by reducing headcount and expecting better results, the 40-hour work week of the past has now climbed to an average of 55 hours. The problem? Along with the increased time and expectations, we easily fall victim to information-overload and become less productive.
Research shows that we only retain 10% of the average workday’s events, but we have the brain capacity to remember eight key topics in an hour. Andrew shows how to navigate the blur of information-lost and develop memorable communication techniques taking full advantage of the brain’s memory capacity.
Attendees will learn:

  • Tools for creating memorable interactions
  • Tangible skills for effective presentations, interviews, and meetings
  • Memory Litmus Test and The Seven Memory Checkpoints
About Our Keynote Speakers
Cari Sanchez-PotterAndrew Gateriewictzdrew Speaker and Sales Thought LeaderAndrew is a sought-after speaker and thought leader in kinesics and microexpression interpretation with 37 years of sales training and consulting experience. With proven techniques and cutting-edge research that transcend industry lines, he has led thousands of keynote addresses and seminars for managers of Fortune 500 companies such as AT&T, Bank of America, IBM, Radio Disney and Lucent Technologies. 



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