Revitalize, Energize and Empower Your Audience.
Whether you’re looking to energize and empower a national convention, a state conference, or an organization meeting or seminar you and your organization will come away with an inspired vision, a renewed purpose, and targeted actions you can put to work Monday morning.
With an emphasis on the interpersonal side of healthcare success, The Wintersteen Team energize their audiences with targeted learning experiences. Experiences that are both relevant and practical in their application to practices seeking to not only achieve professional success but to make a difference as well.
As storytellers, consultants, and believers in the power of the human heart your members and team will be inspired to make a difference in your organization, your practice, your team, your patients and in your personal life.
If you’ve never had the chance to participate in a Wintersteen Network Seminar, listen to what our attendees have to say:
“Larry, I should have brought my staff. So much applied to what is happening or what should be happening in our office. I felt like he had been at the window peeking in our office. Perceptive!”
[Larry] is a good speaker and great story teller. Best part of the whole conference. Made me think & got our entire team thinking.”
“I loved his ideas on self mastery and practices being more individual. I wanted to listen and improve my personal and professional habits. Its like he could read our minds.”
“[Larry] added to my professional skills. His experiences with group practices gave me hope.”
“I liked [Larry’s] presentation at the Las Vegas A.D.A. and consequently we have had him spend time in our group practice. Thanks.”
“Kevin, you have found a way to … discover the true personality of my work and my professional identity…. There hasn’t been one referral who did not feel you exceeded their expectations. You certainly exceeded mine!”
“Thank you very much for the workshop that I’m still super jazzed about. It was definitely worth the time and effort that was put into it.”
“Kevin was terrific … and fun — I would go again just to hear him.”