BRAINIUP | We have made Time Management sexy again


A training session delivered with The Brain Game creates engagement because of two innovations:

  • The delivery method (a board game)
  • The content (neuropsychology)


Three teams compete to buy the most valuable cards on the market spending as little money (cleverly called NEURO) as possible.

During five rounds of play, teams decide their strategy (what to buy / how much to pay) and test their strategy in the market place.

The team who gets most value with the least amount of money wins.

The story behind the game: get your employee to become better at managing his brain.


Conflict Management / Customer Service / Negotiation / Leadership / Sales / Stress Management / Time Management / Train the Trainers

The Game

4-8 hours of training on specific topics for up to 18 people

The Topics

There are 8 topics for Brainiup Game to play with, ranging from Leadership to Stress Management

The Outcome

A fun, engaging and pragmatic learning experience based on actual science

Learning with Brainiup is lots of fun! Catchy frame, useful content and super cool trainer!

Andreea Dumitriu, HR Manager

How does Brainiup make all this science relevant for you?

Employees will learn how to increase efficiency at work and avoid work burnout. Managers will be able to delegate better and deal successfully with simultaneous projects Those in leadership positions will understand how to create a working environment that makes employees feel satisfied. They will be better equipped to allocate attention and resources to daily tasks and will see the collaborative relationships with peers in a new light.

If you feel a bit geekish (like we do most of the time), here is a list of books that can help bring you up to speed with what has been going on lately in the field of brain and mind research:

  • Your Brain at Work, David Rock
  • The Upside of Stress, Kelly MacGonigal
  • Brain Rules, John Medina
  • How the Mind Works, Steven Pinker
  • We Are Our Brains, Dick Swaab
  • The Brain That Changes Itself, Norman Doidge
  • Mindset, Carol Dweck
  • Thinking Fast & Slow, Daniel Kahneman
  • Flourish, Martin Seligman
  • The Organized Mind, Daniel Levitin
  • Mindware, Richard Nisbett
  • The Idiot Brain, Dean Burnett
  • The Domesticated Brain, Bruce Hood

Brainiup is a fun way of learning hard concepts. I recommend it with all my heart, and not just for the fun part but also for the science behind.

Anca, Trainer @ Aims


Bucharest, Romania
+40 745 384 339