For leaders who are seeking to set an inspiring, entertaining, and engaging tone for their team, I recommend my program Amazed and Amused.
In this program, I discuss how we find amusement by finding amazement in our days and how, even during tough situations, there are wonders to be found.
When you learn how to live amazed and amused, your leadership ability and client relations excel. Motivate your team and inspire your stakeholders by sharing the exciting vision, products, and people that elevate your business above the rest. This passion is contagious, and it is a major key to your success!
Depending on the length of your program or event, I can tailor my tips and strategies for the sane & successful to best suit your requirements.
Interested? Learn more here!
Amazed and Amused: Strategies for the Sane & Successful
Success is not measured only in...
Whether you’re a business under a lot of stress, or you’re just trying to add a little humor to your leadership style, I can help!
Sometimes an organization will wait too lo
If your organization is inundated with stress, then let’s nip it in the bud! Waiting until the eleventh hour to ask for help isn’t nearly as effective as acting on a situation before it becomes dire. I can teach you how to leverage high-pressure situations in order to:
Adding to the Team?
Mergers are tough. You have to help people from two different companies become comfortable in a new setting and learn how to work together. I have tips and strategies to make the transition easier for everyone!
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Learning how to employ strategic humor in the workplace is an essential skill, and it has a positive domino effect on organizations and the...
When I’m speaking to nursing and healthcare professionals, certain issues are always top of mind for my audience. At a macro level, their major concerns revolve around the state of flux in healthcare today.
On a day-to-day level, their concerns turn toward stress related to
I come in and talk to leaders in organizations or staff about how to take better care of themselves, so that they, in turn, can take better care of others.
1. Stress management/self-care
You don’t want someone taking care of you or a loved one who’s stressed out, sick or tired.
If the answer isn’t obvious enough, studies (NCBI.gov) have shown that people who are stressed tend to: