On May 22, 2013, I am a Motivational Speaker for Walter Reed Military Medical Center in Bethesda Maryland.
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center is one of the nation’s largest and most renowned military medical centers. Over 8500 dedicated care staff serve wounded warriors and their families. The audience will be comprised of military and civilian nurses, doctors and technicians who care for our nations wounded warriors.
Most military staff have been deployed and served in a third world country before.
I will present the funny motivational speech, This Would be Funny if it Wasn't Happening to Me! 6 times throughout the day to accomodate all staff. Each session will be in an auditorium of 400 people and be simulcast to another 300 people (per session) who are in another location.
The national naval medical center and walter reed army medical center merged together in september of 2011 ( called Brac). This meant the closing the doors of Walter Reed Meeical center and splitting it in half . Half of the staff moved to the Naval Base and the other half went to fort Belvour. Logistical issues with parking and longer staff commutes are a natural by product of this transition. Processes, procedures and pay grades are also different for staff which adds some confusion. Some staff members rank may change by coming over.
The staff will also be adjusting to a furlow which is a freeze where they give up 14 days without working( and getting paid).
The theme of this event is the 101 critical days of summer designed to encourage staff to be safe and conscientious during the summer.
I look forward to being a Motivational Speaker for Walter Reed Military Medical Center. The funny motivational speech will be designed to compel the audience to decrease stress and maintain wellness, sanity and safety over the summer.