Amazing Memory Improvement Tips Featured at October Event 

Everyone forgets something sometimes, whether it is where they left their car keys, picking up milk on the way home or an important anniversary or birthdate. Yet memory can be improved and having employees with sharp memories can be an important asset to any organization, particularly credit unions.

During MCUL & Affiliates' Oct. 22 workshop on Memory Magic, author Paul Mellor will help credit union frontline, operational and management employees improve their memories. From remembering names and faces to better greet members, to remembering procedures and processes to follow set guidelines, to learning how to recall any number to become more accurate – Mellor will share the secrets of how to sharpen memory in nearly unbelievable ways.

Two half-day workshops are being offered – one in the morning and the other in the afternoon – at Michigan First CU in Lathrup Village. Mellor spoke at the MCUL & Affiliates Annual Convention and Exposition last year and attendees unanimously requested he be brought back for more credit union employees to learn such valuable skills.

Registration is just $99 per person and additional information about signing up to attend may be found here.

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