Dr. Robert E. Lemon

Mar 25 | Lexington, KY

Location:
Lexington, KY – 13th Annual Kentucky Health Care and Worksite Wellness Conference

Date:
August 4, 2021

Topic:
Be the Spark “Ignite The Restart”

Description:

We’ve come together to bring you the tools + strategies you can use.

SPARK: Challenges In The Work Space during COVID 19 ( Coming together to Ignite The Restart )

SPARK – Five Platinum Service Principles for Creating Customers For Life

  • See customers as guests
  • Personalize with a connection
  • Anticipate needs
  • Respond appropriately
  • Keep them with kindness

The world has been rocked by this Pandemic… but YOU and Your organization don’t have to be.

  • Spark Hope Now In your Health
  • Spark Hope Now In Your Work Space
  • Spark Hope Now In Your PERSONAL GROWTH

What is the greatest challenge you face with your Team Members as you Ignite The Restart? Valuing work culture during the Pandemic is very important to your association and workplace.

How is your association addressing the well-being and mental stability of your members and what are you providing?

You have the opportunity to Be The SPARK for your company, customers, and employees.

Dr. Lemon helps you find your inner SPARK. It’s Time to light the fire, kindle your passion and Be The Spark that creates the change you want to see in yourself, your company, and the world.

Be the SPARK :

Leading differently in the midst of the Covid19 crisis

Discover ways to hold a remote team accountable. Learn the Lead Language for multi-generations in the workplace.

Start your mornings with coffee and a motivational video on YouTube and virtual coffee and conversations.

Remind yourself that work and life stressors and workflow are manageable and that there is an end in sight.

Use exercises to decrease feelings of stress or anxiety. Exercise in whatever way you enjoy in order to boost endorphins and dopamine, which improves your mood.

How to give an emotional injection to move forward with Team Members by addressing the treasure rather than the trauma of the pandemic.