Most presentations are about 60-75 minutes in length. However, I do customize each message to fit exactly your needs. Therefore, times can be tweaked to fit your desired time slot. I usually recommend anywhere from 60-90 minutes.
Absolutely – We’d love to help to spread the Marcus message to as many ears and hearts as possible within your facility, while allowing for the most bang for your buck. Because of this, I offer my services as a “full-day engagement”. This means, I’m happy to present up to two (2) times in order to accommodate all shifts/lifestyles.
Due to our travel expenses in getting to your event, a one-time, 60-minute keynote is the same honorarium as two, 90-minute presentations. Therefore, I heavily encourage you to be creative in ways to have me provide the most value to your event by presenting multiple times.
This is one of my favorite things to do with an organization! Each community and culture is different and I’m happy to highlight the achievements and accolades within your facility, as well as constructively focusing on how to improve care for patients and families. The more information you can give me, the better I can get to know you and your community. I’m always happy to have a brief conference call prior to the event, as well, to touch on key points.
Absolutely! Once the first day is booked, each additional day is 50% off.
You bet ya! I have created multiple programs with tons of content to offer your staff, even the same audience groups, with consistent and compelling engagement.
Healthcare specific programs:
My most popular program is my keynote, “The Other End of the Stethoscope” that has been witnessed by tens of thousands of healthcare professionals. (60-75 minutes)
I have also put my Masters in Narrative Medicine from Columbia University, NYC to great use by creating a workshop titled, “Narrative Nursing”. This session helps nurses to find their own voices through simple writing techniques to avoid compassion fatigue and burnout. (75 minutes)
My most recent, up-and-coming mindfulness practice is appropriately titled, “Presence: The Cornerstone of Caregiving”. Presence is all about helping healthcare pros be mindful, present and resilient in the face of the incredibly difficult work of caregiving. (60 minutes)
Non-healthcare specific programs:
Educational institutions can benefit from my presentations on disability awareness, prevention, and inspiration on achievement.