Speed Reading Essentials

  Are You Behind In Your Reading?

This 3-Hour Live Workshop Covers Speed Reading Concepts and Techniques to Help You Read Faster, Remember More and Boost Your Productivity. Learn How To Manage Your Information Intake and Save Time With Your Daily Reading.

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  How Fast Do You Read?
  Speed Reading Fundamentals
  Changing Old Reading Habits
  Drills and Exercises to Increase Speed
  Reading Faster on the Computer and Other Digital Screens

  How To Improve Comprehension Using Proven Methods
  Approaching Technical Content Efficiently and Effectively
  How To Remember More of What You Read
  Note-Taking Strategies: How To Take Better and Faster Notes
  How To Boost Your Focus and Concentration While Reading

Advanced Speed Reading Exercises and Essential Eye-Training
Applying the 80/20 Principle Towards Informational Material
How To Manage a High Volume of Reading
How To Read While Dealing With Charts & Diagrams
Improving Your Reading Speed Beyond the Workshop

  Class Includes:

+ Instructor-Guided Training
+ Weekly Challenge Exercises
+ FAQ / Q&A Video Library
+ Self-Paced Refresher Modules

Supplemental materials provided as a follow-up to the workshop to help reinforce the techniques (web-based tools, practice guides, additional guided training resources – free access for all participants).

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Iris Reading is the largest and most trusted provider of speed-reading and memory training. Our in-person classes and virtual workshops have been taught worldwide to thousands of students and professionals.

Iris Programs have been hosted by many universities, including Harvard, Stanford, University of Chicago, Columbia University, Georgetown, NYU and many other leading universities. We have trained executives at NASA, Google, Fidelity Investments, Northern Trust and many Fortune 500 companies.


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