Education Keynote

Ron Culberson

Keynote Speaker

Do it Well. Make it Fun.

The Key to Success in Life, Death, and Almost Everything in Between


Monday, March 6, 2023

Keynote Speaker Bio

With a master's degree in social work, Ron Culberson spent the first part of his career working in a large hospice organization, as a clinical social worker, middle manager, and senior leader. As a speaker, humorist, and author of four books including, Do it Well. Make it Fun. The Key to Success in Life, Death, and Almost Everything in Between, Ron's mission is to change the workplace culture so that organiations are more productive and staff are more content. He was the 2012-2013 president of the National Speakers Association and is a recognized expert on the benefits of humor and laughter.

Program Overview

If you've ever had a boss who was really good at what he or she did but was also fun to be around, you didn't mind arriving early or working late. In fact, you probably loved your job. That's the power of Do it Well. Make it Fun. It's about seeking excellence but making the process of life and work more fun.

Based on Ron Culberson's book by the same name, this hilarious presentation shows staff and leaders how to create a less stressful work environment where people want to work. It also helps them understand that excellence combined with fun and humor can improve productivity, create better working relationships, enhance creativity, change workplace culture, and lead to the delivery of better products and services.

Specifically, this presentation will help participants:
- Recognize the difference between seriousness and excellence
- Manage stress by changing their perspective and seeing the humor that's all around
- Seek excellence in the processes in work and life
- Make the experience of life and work more fun

Be sure to join us in Las Vegas, to be a part of Speaker's keynote address kicking off the 24th Annual Financial Research Administration Conference, Monday, March 6, 2023.

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