Looking to help your organization implement change and rise above current challenges? Seeking tangible ways to build resilience and a sense of collective leadership? Today’s organizations are challenged by limited financial resources, attrition, and rising expectations from our stakeholders. That’s why we help today’s leaders leverage adversity and navigate organizational change to create powerful organizations. Jacob Green is a nationally recognized expert and experienced executive who helps companies embrace and implement change management programs to transform performance. Audiences leave recharged and ready to build an inclusive culture, remove success barriers, and most importantly, see change clearly.
After interrupting a robbery during his freshman year in college, Jacob Green sustained a traumatic brain injury and damage to his visual processing center. His visual impairment and associated light sensitivity requires him to wear sunglasses in fluorescent light environments. After years of insecurity, Jacob now wears his sunglasses at work comfortably and will reveal in his Ted talk what he has learned about himself, others, and public service; and what we all can learn about leveraging that which may be holding us back. More information is available at www.JacobGreen.com
Western University of Health Sciences, Commencement Speaker Jacob Green - Colleges of Optometry & Graduate Nursing, held May 18, 2017 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. Jacob Green inspires recent graduates to build patient partnerships, embrace the nobility of the healthcare profession, and help change lives. For more information about Jacob Green, check out https://www.jacobgreen.com/.
Jacob Green, professional speaker, facilitator, and coach, speaks to healthcare professionals about changing the approach to patient care, especially in catastrophic injury. This keynote presentation explores the importance of discovering a patient’s motivations and interests, and leveraging those connections as the primary means of catapulting patient success during rehabilitation. Jacob will discuss the pivotal moments in his own brain injury rehabilitation process that enabled him to connect with his passions and ultimately become a high level executive helping run a $500 million dollar organization with 1200 employees. After hearing the keynote, healthcare professionals will: -see patients incorporate compensatory strategies faster and more effectively. -help patients develop tools for a smoother rehabilitation journey. -gain new compensatory strategies and skills to pass on to their patients. -reconnect with the purpose behind their role as healthcare provider and healer. This keynote can be delivered in a 45 minute ballroom format or expanded into a 2-4 hour workshop that will dive deeper into the myriad of tools and resources available to rehabilitation professionals to help them connect with patient success. More information is available at www.jacobgreen.com.