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Keynote Speaker 

 Walt Stasinski, MEd, MPH

 

I was born the son of hard-working Polish immigrants who came to the U.S. with not much more than the clothes on their back. My father worked hard in a foundry to bring the American dream to his family. I didn't start talking until I was three years old. By that time, my parents were ready to take me to a specialist. Ironically, here I am now, a professional speaker. I guess I’m trying to make up for lost time.

After earning a Masters Degree in Education from Wayne State University and a Masters Degree in Public Health (MPH does not stand for miles per hour) from The  University of Michigan, I began my real education, in the school of hard knocks. My early "speaking" career began as a teacher and football coach at Wayne State University. This is where I learned how to motivate and inspire. I also found out that people learn more when they're having fun, so I use humor to get the message across to my audience. I have my personal reasons too. Let's face it, life is just a lot easier with a smile on your face and a hearty belly laugh.

I enjoyed my success at Wayne State. I even won a football championship, but after a number of years I was eager to find another growth opportunity. I found it in the healthcare industry. I directed programs at hospitals including the Wellness Initiative for 10,000 employees at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan.

I graduated from the school of hard knocks. The solutions I offer are for the real-world. They are straightforward, common-sense ideas that will work in your life.

Program

The Power Of Fun At Work

Do you really enjoy your job? Do you finish the day worn out? It doesn’t have to be this way. Yes, you can achieve success and have fun doing it. You will be given practical tools to reduce stress, re-energize yourself, defuse conflict and make your job more fun. As a bonus, humor will help you with your productivity and creativity.

Take your job seriously but yourself lightly. Find out how to enjoy the lighter side of your success and even get a standing ovation for all your accomplishments? According to the business journal, Human Resources Focus, 96% of the Executives surveyed said that employees with a sense of humor do a better job than employees with little or no sense of humor.

Benefits:

  • Discover the crucial difference between employees who have fun at work and those who don't.
  • Reduce the amount of stress hormones in the bloodstream with laughter.
  • Find out the value of humor in resolving conflicts at the workplace.
  • Learn the way to end the work week with a laugh and drive home with a smile on your face.

 


 

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