You may have a great website, and you could be all over social media. But you are not getting the results you want? Not everyone uses the internet. People want and need a personal touch and have a real conversation. This is where people care skills help. And this is what I talk about in my presentations.
They can be shared in a keynote or workshop format. I call them seminars. They range from 1 to 3 hours in length and are used as community sponsored outreach, staff training in retirement care or funeral facilities or as after meal talks or concurrent sessions at association meetings.
The way he likes to work with individual or groups of care based businesses is I make a presentation and then follow this up either with on site staff training or with one on one or group implementation coaching for the participants. This helps to lock in the learning and we discuss the issues that they choose to work on further.
Jim presents to small groups or large audiences at care facilities, community venues or at associations meetings be they: Annual Conventions, Mid Winter Conferences, Continuing Education events, Webinars, Leadership Retreats.
From his home base in Toronto, Canada he easily travels in North America. When he speaks he brings enthusiasm and insight to either small groups or large audiences. People say that his motivating, fun style is thought and laugh provoking, and that he combines wisdom with wit.
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Bereavement Support – Good Mourning: Growing Through Grief
Take Care: Self Care for Caregivers or Care Providers
Employee Engagement for Care Professionals
Emotional Intelligence for Care Professionals
Word of Mouth or Relationship Marketing