Now more than ever, we need a reason to laugh!
Using experiences from her career as an O.R. nurse, Meg will demonstrate how we can use mindfulness techniques to help us build our resilience, shift our perspective and lead us to be more effective in our roles while building healthier and stronger relationships with the people we work with and those who we serve.
This presentation will entertain, inspire, and provide your team with tools they can use to bolster their resilience, self-awareness and inter-personal relationships.
A great deal has changed in recent months with the arrival of an unwelcome visitor named Covid 19. In addition to the health threat, virtually every aspect of daily life and routine has been turned on its head. As if our pre-pandemic challenges were not enough! And since we do not know when things are going to get back to ‘normal’, one thing is certain: Now more than ever, we need a reason to laugh!
Meg’s experience in stand-up comedy – and in the hospital operating room – shines through in this hilarious exploration of life in the time of Covid. She offers a humor filled look at the serious issue of stress in our lives, encouraging us to reframe, refocus and stay on course even when our well laid plans get tossed into upheaval.
Meg’s presentation will speak to everyone in the room – whether they are just starting out in their career, or are charged with leading the troops through times of major change – and will offer insights on how we can use humor to boost our resilience and maintain a positive mindset.
Meg offers a humorous perspective on the serious matter of dealing with stress and encouraging us to be mindful of how we allocate our mental and physical energy so we can bounce back from challenge and adversity, and find the confidence needed to handle whatever comes our way.
This presentation brings interactive humor to the subject of resilience, recognizing that finding life balance is a journey – not a destination. Managing all the demands and priorities on our time can prove to be overwhelming. It will inspire, entertain, and leave audience members with strategies to benefit our health and self-confidence, as well as strengthen relationships at work and at home.
Get ready for a highly engaging and interactive presentation! This presentation focuses on effective communication, conflict management, and dealing with different personalities based on the DISC model. Meg brings laughter and energy to the topic of conflict management and dealing with different personalities in the workplace. Meg will give everyone a better understanding of each other’s challenges and unique qualities, helping to enhance relationships both at work and at home. You will leave armed with practical strategies geared toward a healthier, happier, and more productive workplace environment.
It’s simple: we need to be effective communicators, whether on the front line or in a leadership role. Workplace and personal challenges call for effective communication or bust.
This presentation is a high energy, interactive presentation that explores the key elements of a positive work culture. Meg examines how emotions, perceptions, and preconceived ideas can impact our day-to-day interactions with others. In particular, she explores the impact of shifting demographics as millennials emerge as the dominant cohort in today’s workforce.
Meg has designed the presentation with the belief that a positive work environment is created when we mentor, support, and inspire the people on our team. It is the diversity that makes us better and stronger together.