Blue Ocean Brain presents information in bite-sized pieces to drive engagement and encourage people to take action to live a brain-healthy life.
Richmond, VA (PRWEB) October 24, 2012
Blue Ocean Brain, a new corporate wellness application, is a social game that promotes brain health and big picture thinking. “Sales have been very strong since launch,” says Claire Herring, co-creator of BlueOceanBrain.com. “Companies seem to get the importance of offering new learning experiences in the area of brain health. They want something highly creative and efficient to promote a high performance culture.”
And that’s exactly what Blue Ocean Brain is doing. The organization, headed by a top-performing female management team, offers engaging new content every single day. “Our secret sauce is - less is more. We offer just 10 minutes of unique game-like experiences to help employees develop brain healthy habits and big picture thinking skills,” says Gemma Brooks, co-creator. “Executives report that the content and exercises are the perfect precursor to upper-level management skills needed to progress within an organization.”
Employees that come to work rested, happy, well-fed and fit are more productive. Blue Ocean Brain presents information in bite-sized pieces to drive employee engagement and encourage people to take action to live a brain-healthy life. Cognitive challenges teach important lateral thinking and creative problem-solving skills. Visual thinking drives social connections and teaches people how to solve business problems on the white board.
Blue Ocean Brain is preparing to launch their affiliate program to speed the product to market. Companies across industries that employ knowledge workers will find Blue Ocean Brain to be the perfect addition to their employee development program. For more information visit http://www.BlueOceanBrain.com.
Blue Ocean Brain is developed by The Rowing Team, LLC. Based in Richmond, Virginia, the development team is comprised of wellness experts, nutritionists, neuropsychologists, change management executives and business leaders.