Levity is an important trait for people to understand and practice. During this keynote, audiences will learn:
- How to utilize humor even if they’re not funny
- How to use humor to inspire and motivate
- How humor can enhance creativity
- How to keep humor from backfiring
Humor can be a great sales tool. This keynote focuses on the benefits of humor in the workplace. Audiences will learn how humor helps to:
- Break down objections
- Increase likability
- Hold attention
- Strengthen rapport
Survivors and Support Groups: Keynote or Breakout
You’ve got cancer. Three words that strike fear in people’s hearts and conjure up concerns of chemo, radiation, surgery, pain, nausea, stress, anxiety and fatigue — not to mention hair loss. And as (comedienne and cancer patient) Gilda Radner would say, “It’s always something.” Cancer survivors and their care givers need lots of tools in their arsenal to fight cancer — and humor is a surprisingly powerful tool. Speaker, humor researcher, nurse and cancer-survivor’s-Mom Karyn Buxman will teach you how to twist your perceptions, play with your pain, and experience the gifts of humor and laughter.
Happiness is not getting what you want, it is being amazed when you do happen to get what you want, and amused when you get something else. Relationships are not based on compatibility, but on the ability to be continually amazed at your partner’s positive traits, and amused by his or her shortcomings. Life is the culmination not of years, but of experiences and memories that leave you amazed and amused that you got to enjoy this thing at all. Bestselling author and observer of the human condition, Karyn Buxman, will take you on a life-changing journey of humor and hope.
Customer Service/Relationships: Breakout
Patients are what it’s all about. Without them — game over, everyone go home. Discover how to enhance patients’ relationships and satisfaction, as well as a cost-effective means of driving more money to your bottom line: through attitude and humor! Laugh and learn as Karyn Buxman reveals how the power of perspective can be translated into dollars-and-cents for your office/hospital’s success.