Dynamic Motivational Nurses Speaker with a Twist of Humor - CEU CREDIT
The Healing Power of Laughter- nourishing the nurse within you!
Passion fatigue? Diana Jordan understands. A popular humorist and dynamic Healthcare Speaker, Diana has spoken for many healthcare & nursing organizations including MGMA, AHIMA, SHRM, CMSA, AHIA, NANN, PHON, AST, John Hopkins School of Nursing and many more. In the last few years Diana has become a favorite nursing school speaker.
Enthusiastically Dr. Oz says: “Hire Diana! Her Presentation was wonderful, fun and demonstrates that laughter is indeed the best medicine! And I LOVE her stress-busting ”Giggle Box!”
“I can see why Oprah chose Diana Jordan as, “One of the funniest people on the planet!” and Dr. Oz endorsed her too! The way she intertwined her message of healing through laughter and love through her personal experience with cancer and how we ‘have to find the funny’ in life to really thrive is fun, funny, and refreshing. She made us laugh and she made us proud of the job we do every day.” Bridget Saunders, RN – St. John’s Hospital
Dynamic! Informative! & Funny! See why Oprah chose Diana as, ”One of the Funniest People on the Planet!” And Dr. Oz says, “Hire Diana!” Not your boring cookie-cutter type speaker. Why not bring something different. A seasoned healthcare Speaker specialized in speaking at nurse events, Diana covers important objectives and CEU credit. Nurses feel OVERWORKED- UNDERAPPRECIATED & STRESSED OUT! As a breast cancer survivor Diana is a favorite nurse speaker and knows the importance of not only inspiring nurses but giving them encouragement to take care of themselves as well. “Put on your oxygen mask first and then take care of others!” Nurses seem to postpone getting their yearly checkups putting them on the back burner. The consequences of this contribute to nurses having such a high degree of burnout! Diana has spoken for many nursing organizations and nursing schools including John Hopkins School of Nursing where she demonstrated how humor can also be a useful tool to cope with stress, defuse potentially difficult situations and can increases morale as well as productivity in the workplace. Diana describes her mission as a Nurse Speaker: “To heal the world one laugh at a time.”
Nurses Speaker Objectives:
Demonstrates that our attitude equally impacts our health and ability to put things in perspective.
Speaks on how to use humor to defuse a potentially bad situation, how laughter brings people together and improves interpersonal relationships and work performance. As a Certified Laughter Therapist, Diana has found that laughter bonds people and increases cooperation in all settings – home or work.
Lists several new ways humor can be added to their interactions with colleagues and patients.
Describes the power of humor to decrease tension and anxiety and promote healing.
- The many health benefits of laughter including stress reduction, strengthening the immune system, lowering blood pressure, massages the heart, pain management, releases endorphins and laughter can help you lose weight!
As a popular healthcare speaker, Diana Jordan’s words speak loud and true about how we can make the choice to be happy, find the funny in our lives, take responsibility for our own health and de-stress from dis-tress.
“The way Diana intertwined her message of healing through laughter and love through her personal experience with cancer and how we ‘have to find the funny’ in life to really thrive is fun, funny, and refreshing. She made us laugh and she made us proud of the job we do every day.”
Bridget Saunders, RN – St. John’s Hospital
“Diana Jordan was awesome! Who knew a National Neonatal Conference could be so much fun! Diana was a great close to a great Conference!”
Janice Abbsa, RN – New Orleans, LA
“On behalf of Long Island Health Network, a resounding THANK YOU for making ‘Energizing the spirit of the Health Care Professional’ such a success! To energize is to rejuvenate, and everyone was inspired with a new self perspective, which will hopefully resonate throughout our Network.”
Kathleen Masiulus, Long Island Health Network