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8 Stunden sitzen! Wer ist das gewohnt?

Die wenigsten unserer Teilnehmer wahrscheinlich!


Müdigkeit können wir vorbeugen und noch mehr Aufmerksamkeit unterstützen wir, indem wir einfach mal 2 oder 3 Stehtische in den Seminarraum stellen und unsere Teilnehmer selbst entscheiden lassen, ob Sie sich stehend oder sitzend am Seminargeschehen beteiligen wollen.


Nicht nur wache Augen, auch schmerzfreie Rücken und dankbare Vorgesetzte werden es Ihnen danken!

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