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Nationally known speaker to present on Wednesday

By Staff | Mar 13, 2015


Liz Jazwiec, R.N. is a nationally renowned speaker, strategist and author who has shared her passion for leadership, engagement and service with audiences across the country.

She’s been a longtime hospital officer who helped raise service scores at Chicago, Illinois’ Holy Cross Hospital from the 5th to the 99th percentile in just a few years. Her work as vice president of patient care and as the director of emergency services was one of the key reasons Holy Cross won Fortune Magazine’s Enterprise Award for Best Business Practices.

Today, she uses that expertise to inspire other organizations interested in building a culture where excellence is driven by strong leaders and engaged employees. As author of the bestselling book, Eat THAT Cookie! How Workplace Positivity Pays Off. For Individuals, Teams and Organizations, she talks about how it’s possible to create a positive workforce in difficult times.

Many audiences describe Liz’s presentations as uplifting, motivational and fun. However, they also clearly respect her practical and experience-based style. She has creative and viable suggestions for addressing some of the difficult issues facing organizations today.

Liz Jazwiec will be holding two speaking engagements in the Tilman Hovland Auditorium at Rugby High School on March 18th. The afternoon session is from 3:00-4:30 she will speak on Accountability and how to turn limited resources into results. This session is geared towards managers, supervisors, business owners and informal leaders. The evening session is from 7:00-8:00 and is titled, Yippee, Another Day in Paradise, driving negativity out of the workplace. Everyone is welcome to attend this session.

The Heart of America Medical Center and The Rugby Chamber of Commerce are co-sponsoring this event. For more information contact Shelley Block at the Rugby Chamber of Commerce at 776-5846.


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