Engage in transformation and connect to life through F.U.N. Laugh and learn while solidifying your foundation, understanding of others and identifying next steps to maximize fulfillment!
Paul Long is a motivational speaker and consultant that has challenged the corporate landscape for over a decade while engaging audiences around the globe. As the MLB Kansas City Royals’ 2016 Fan of the Year, Paul’s shenanigans have been featured in media outlets like ESPN, the Washington Post and even the Wall Street Journal!! Through his concept of “Fundamism,” infectious spirit and unique take on F.U.N. in the workplace, Paul has provided memorable experiences at hundreds of events while championing pediatric cancer research. Paul’s keynote experience is sure to bring laughter, tears, and provoke thought to any event. So… are YOU ready to have some F.U.N.?
CONNECTING THE WORKPLACE AND LIFE THROUGH F.U.N.!
F.U.N. IN PATIENT CARE
Looking for help in overcoming compassion fatigue, improve HCAHPS scores, patient satisfaction or boost morale amongst your staff? F.U.N. in Patient Care explores what it takes to form trust-based relationships with peers and patients when faced with the challenges created in what can be at times, an emotionally taxing medical environment. Featuring clients like Midwest Oncology Practice Society, Cassling (working with X-Ray and MRI Techs), McKesson Pharmaceuticals and as the Board President of a Pediatric Cancer Research 501C3, Paul Long has become a trusted expert in guiding medical practices and hospitals around the nation.
Based on Paul’s core principle of F.U.N., the experience will allow participants to explore their Foundation, Understanding of Others and Identify Next Steps in creating the work/life fulfillment we all desire. Laugh, learn and actively engage as this Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and Yahoo Sports featured speaker coaches you through principles to help pull yourself out of any rut, overcome the challenges presented in a medical environment, improve patient satisfaction and gravitate towards the things that give you strength. Featuring the story of Noah Wilson, a 6 year old boy who after being diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma Cancer, inspired a community and became the driving force behind change in medical supply ordering processes within pediatric care facilities, this experience is sure to provoke thought while leaving audiences with specific actions to enhance their quality of life and care.
– This experience can be complimented by a leadership workshop that focuses on sustainability of the core behaviors outlined in F.U.N. in Patient Care, skill development and leading in the face of adversity.