Are you (or your organization) interested in learning more about hosting some of the events discussed in Community Connections? Do you want more detailed instructions than the book provides? Dr. Kelley is available to speak at your next conference or seminar, just contact us for scheduling and pricing.
Each seminar is designed to run 4 hours, with plenty of time to answer specific questions. Every participant should leave these hands-on, practical workshops with a thorough understanding of how to implement the activity, and what steps need to be taken next. Move toward the practice of your dreams!
Some popular seminar topics include:
- Creating Your Connections Calendar™
- Hosting an Awareness Event
- Sponsoring a 5K
- Creating Community
- Presentation Basics (“Public Speaking 101”)
- Process of Self-Discovery
- Hosting a Wellness Fair
- Girls’ Night In / Guys’ Night In
- Patient Appreciation Events
Creating Your Connections Calendar™: Developed for those practitioners who need a little structure and assistance in creating their first marketing calendar…or those who wish to invigorate their current strategy. Each participant will leave with a basic start to their own individual Connections Calendar™, as well as an understanding of the process to create an annual Connections Calendar™ for their practice.
Hosting an Awareness Event: Are you passionate about a specific health concern? Do you think your community could benefit from increased awareness of this health issue? Learn how to develop an impactful, educational, and fun event that can generate positive attention and patients for your practice. Multiple ways to host awareness events will be discussed, with plenty of examples and room for Q&A. This could be the start of your “signature event!”
Sponsoring a 5K: A 5K is a great way to connect with your community, promote a healthy lifestyle, raise money for a good cause, and build a positive reputation. This workshop focuses on logistical considerations and planning – from permits to course construction to volunteers to sponsors and much more — to help your first 5K go off without a hitch!
Creating Community: Do you ever feel all alone in your practice? Is it hard to talk to your significant other about your day because they don’t understand the demands of being a healthcare professional? If you answered “yes” to these questions, it’s time for you to take charge and create community. Participants will discuss several events which can be hosted to create a supportive community of healthcare providers in their area, and then brainstorm ways in which to custom-tailor the activities to their specific needs.
Presentation Basics: Are you nervous to speak in public? Do you have great life-changing, health-related information in your head, but are unable to communicate it to groups of people? If so, you’re not alone. In the US, people are more afraid of public speaking than of dying! Conquer that fear by learning tried-and-true tips to help you shine as a healthcare speaker in your area. People NEED the information you have…
Process of Self-Discovery: For the introspective healthcare provider, this workshop is limited to 10 participants who want to dig deep and answer some tough questions to create the practice of their dreams. Highly interactive and potentially life and practice changing.
Hosting a Wellness Fair: A Wellness Fair can be a great benefit to the employees of a local employer, and it can be a fantastic way to introduce people to your practice. Instead of waiting to be invited to participate in a Wellness Fair, learn what it takes to host your own Wellness Fair in 6 short weeks.
Girls’ Night In / Guys’ Night In: This phenomenal event combines health, business networking, pampering, and a social backdrop for ladies, men, or both. It’s fun, easy to launch, and can introduce potential clients to your practice in an informal setting.
Patient Appreciation Events: Our patients are the lifeblood of our practices, but the truth is, they could go elsewhere. Show them you appreciate their continued support and trust by hosting a quarterly, biennial, or annual patient appreciation event. This workshop will cover two such events in detail, so participants are able to begin setting up their patient appreciation event first thing Monday morning.