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Quick Look Course Summary:Attention Management Course
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  • Length: 1 day(s)

  • Price (at your venue): 1 Person R 3,982.50 EX VAT 3 Person R 2,729.81 EX VAT 10 Person R 1,885.40 EX VAT

  • Certification Type: Accredited

  • Locations & Venues: Off-site or in-house. We train in all major city centres throughout South Africa.

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    Attention Management Training: Course Outline

    • A less distracted employee is a more efficient employee.
    • We believe that an emotionally invested employer or employee is a more productive one.
    • We begin our workshop with an introduction to mushin, a Chinese term used in martial arts and meditation.
    • Later on we will explain how to use the concept in the workplace to enable attention management and better management in general.
    • Also in the first module we teach managers what the four areas of attention are and how to benefit from them.
    • Moving on we discuss the many types of attention in depth. We deal with focused attention, sustained attention and selective attention as well as other types of attention. We will then teach participants about goal setting, and the four strategies for goal setting and achievement.
    • TIP: People often fail to reach their goals because they ignore the emotional aspect of goal setting. Feelings towards goals determine whether or not they are achieved. In module five we will teach students about the benefits of meditation, we go back to mushin and this time we take an in depth look at mushin and everything else associated with meditation such as the alpha, beta, theta and delta brain waves. We also look at gamma brainwaves, all in all it is a detailed module which is another tool for the student’s toolkit.
    • We will also deal with the zones of attention which were touched on earlier in more detail and we will teach our students what SMART goals are and how to achieve them. We will explore the three P’s to achieving goals, and explain how to identify what is positive, personal and present. Now that we have learned what attention is, and how to develop better attention skills we will teach students how to stay focused. We discuss the one minute rule, the five minute rule and what to do if you feel overwhelmed.
    • We deal comprehensively with procrastination and share nine strategies to avoid and overcome it. We end the workshop off with teaching students how to prioritize their time and we discuss in depth some keys to prioritizing such as the 80/20 rule. We will also teach to define priorities which are urgent and those that are not. As we wrap up we urge students to maintain and update their action plan, so that they can see on paper how their lives change.

    Course Outline

    1. Introduction

    Pre workshop review

    Workshop objectives

    2. Attention management

    Definition

    Pay attention

    Explaining Mushin

    Defining heart minded

    Case study

    3. Types of attention

    Focused Attention

    Sustained Attention

    Selective Attention

    Alternating Attention

    Attention CEO

    Attentional blink

    Case study

    4. Strategies for goal setting

    Listening to your emotions

    Prioritising

    Re-Gating

    Case study

    5. Meditation

    Beta

    Alpha

    Theta

    Delta

    Gamma

    Case study

    6. Training your attention

    Mushin

    Meditation

    Focus execute

    Visualisation

    Case study 1

    Case study 2

    7. Attention zones model

    Reactive zone

    Proactive zone

    Distracted zone

    Wasteful Zone

    Case study

    8. SMART Goals

    The three P’s

    The SMART way

    Prioritising

    Evaluating and adapting

    Case study

    9. Keeping yourself focused

    One minute rule

    Five minute rule

    What to do when you feel overwhelmed

    Case study

    10. Procrastination

    Why we procrastinate

    Nine ways to overcome procrastination

    Eat the frog

    Case study

    11. Prioritising your time

    The 80/20 rule

    The urgent/important matrix

    Being Assertive

    Creating a productivity journal

    The glass jar

    Case study

    12. Topics not discussed

    Post workshop overview

    Attention Management Training: Course Duration

    1 day/s

    Attention Management Training: Who should attend

    This is a self-enrichment course intended for anyone interested in attention management.

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