Hospice RN, MPH, CHPN,
is a celebrated author, entertaining motivational speaker, dynamic storyteller, inspirational end of life educator, and nationally award winning hospice photographer.
“Mary Landberg’s work speaks the great truth. Only love gives every life meaning, is immortal, and provides the bridge between the land of the living and the dead. Landberg’s hospice portraits and stories bridge the gap. Beautiful and life affirming.”
– Bernie Siegel, MD
Best selling author of Love, Medicine, & Miracles
Inspired by her work with hospice patients and families, Mary offers your audiences vital life lessons from extraordinary circumstances that have transformed every aspect of her own life. Mary shares poignant wisdom from the dying, entertaining tales of humanness, and life-altering stories to empower your audiences to take immediate positive action to achieve a greater sense of purpose and enthusiasm for life.
Customized Content Available For Corporate Audiences
Mary’s practical messages translate into corporate wellness all the way to the bottom line. Employees will examine meaning in their lives and gain practical tools to immediately start living and loving more fully at home, and at work. Purpose driven, happier employees:
• have better morale and are more present
• take more initiative
• engage in a smoother workflow
• are better team players and trust each other more
• demonstrate improved performance and productivity
• communicate more openly
• ultimately boost profits for your business
FOR COMMUNITY, HEALTH-CARE, AND HOSPICE PERSONNEL AUDIENCES
Mary’s interactive storytelling educates your community, hospice families, and caregivers to ease the fear of the dying process and improve the care of the dying. Mary shares uplifting stories that will inspire your audiences to love and live fully while encouraging conversation about death and dying to enhance end of life planning.
Mary offers customized presentations for your hospice personnel that explore practical and appropriate methods of eliciting and sharing stories and appropriate humor for immediate hospice family trust building. Mary shares alternate ways to educate families on difficult topics with contextually rich engagement and memorable education. Audience participants will take away skills for meaningful non-threatening communication, which will enhance emotional and physiological symptom management.