Jari Holland Buck
is a business consultant, trainer, Reiki Master, Shamanic Practitioner and medical layperson who spent seven and a-half months in four hospitals by the side of her critically ill husband. She dealt with thousands of doctors and nurses and almost daily crises. During her husband’s six plus months on full life support, every organ in his body failed, some more than once. Hospital Stay Handbook: A Guide to Becoming a Patient Advocate for Your Loved Ones
represents the lessons she learned and used in partnership with the medical community to produce a miracle, her husband’s survival.
Jari’s business life revolves around leadership and organizational development, team-based interventions, employee involvement strategies, executive coaching, career consulting and labor/management collaboration. Jari has been recognized in the International Who’s Who of Entrepreneurs, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who of Business Executives, Who's Who of American Women, Who’s Who of Finance and Business and Who's Who of Emerging Leaders.
With a Master’s Degree in Theatre coupled with a specialty in acting from Northwestern University, an undergraduate degree in Speech/English/Education and more than 25 years as a professional speaker, Jari is a dynamic and engaging presenter who speaks from practical experience with heartfelt passion. Contact Jari online anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 913-661-9911 during business hours. Her presentations are based on Hospital Stay Handbook and customized for the following audiences:
- religious institutions
- book store book signings
- advocacy group meetings
- medical professional meetings
- continuing medical education programs
- business (see her website, www.majesticwolf.com)
When she is not consulting, you will find her working with plants and flowers, traveling or relaxing at home with her children - a Cocker Spaniel and a CavaTzu (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel/Shih Tzu mix). She has a certificate in Floral Design, owns Lynden Greens & Floral and tends to disappear over the holidays to play with flowers for just above minimum wage.
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