Helping Hospitals Heal with Paul Draper
 

Testimonials

"I found the communication and creativity workshop with Paul Draper beneficial to me in my role as Performance Excellence Facilitator as I learned different techniques on how to read my audience."

David Moore, MSM
Performance Excellence Facilitator

"Paul's use of music, stories, and Native American anecdotes captures and keeps audience attention, increasing the chance of successfully getting the intended message across. As a result of attending Paul's session, I understand the need, and duty, of a leader to pick up loose ends and/or tackle problems that seem to be assigned to no one.  If there's no Chief, promote yourself to the job! Paul has the charisma and talent to get a message across to an audience.  His delivery, story telling and the use of magic could be used to help sway the naysayers in our organization."

Debra A. Narayan, MBA, MT(ASCP) DLM
Laboratory Manager

"Paul provided an opportunity to learn more about the staff and what makes them tick. He also, created a coin phrase that staff relate to now, Be a chief of XXXX and see if you can solve that issue (i.e. step in, be engaged, own fixing an issue.), which allowed the staff to recognize that solving issues are not just a manager’s responsibility. It was valuable, and staff was appreciative of being given the opportunity!"

Kathy Skrzypczak
Asst. VP Corporate Services

"The presentation of my own magic trick at the end was a very positive experience. I found the more I practiced, the easier it was. I have confidence that will also be the case regarding our development into great transformational leaders. We need to effectively deliver the right messages at the right time. Thanks for taking the time to invest in me."

Anne Walls, RN, BSN
Director Emergency Services

"I found the anthropology stories, magic, and body language reading very engaging. Paul is a captivating speaker. I could listen to him all day. I have already been able to use the lessons Paul demonstrated in reading body language to help solve a problem."

Rachel Raos
Audio/Visual Volunteer Services Coordinator

 

 
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"I learned the importance of presenting a new idea or change within the corporation. I appreciated being invited to this session. I do not love public speaking, and I feel that I learned some new techniques to be successful. I will use these ideas at staff meetings, organizational meetings, and with individuals."

Anne Walls, RN, BSN
Director Emergency Services

 

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