Growing Our Chapter 2016
Help Us Grow--Board Roles
9/8/16 Leveraging Millennials
8/11/16 Rock Star Presentation
6/9/16 Become a Liberator
5/12/16 Forget Mind Games
4/14/16 Consistency & the Chemistry
3/10/16, PUBLIC E-learning
2/11/16, PUBLIC Walking Dead
Rock Star Presentation
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Rock Star Presentation
Thursday, August 11, 2016
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Tyler Technologies, 5519 53rd Street, 2nd Floor Training Room
ATD West Texas Chapter Member – $12.00
Member event registration (log in required)
Guest – $16.00
Non-member event registration
Guest + ATD West Texas Chapter Membership – $50.00
Discounted registration with paid new membership to the local West Texas ATD Chapter.
Event: 11:30 - 1:00
Registration for this event is now closed (8/10/16 @ 2:30 pm); if you are desperately wanting to attend this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and wait for his response (we will try to get you in).
Want to rock your next training session, your next presentation? In this presentation we incorporate lessons learned from a Nashville performance coach on keeping your audience’s attention and how to make sure they remember what you present after they leave your presentation. A huge takeaway from Shane’s “concert” is how to create “moments” that link information to a series of organized and intentional emotions or moods. In an engaging, interactive and fun 50 minutes, you will be led through these emotions and moods one-by-one, and, at the same time, see them demonstrated. Absolutely a must attend!
Presenter: Shane Shepherd
Shane Shepherd is a software development manager at Tyler Technologies, Inc. He received his B.S. degree in music composition from Texas Tech University. He was a touring and recording musician and bass player with regional bands like Flywater Washington, 100 Love Sonnets, and Meltdown Morning. He also spent several years as a private tutor and ensemble instructor for the South Plains College Commercial Music program. In addition, in the last several years, Shane has worked at the skill sets necessary for, and the craft of, presentation. Like many artists, Shane had one of those serendipitous, magical moments some years ago and realized the rhythm of presentation was very much similar to rhythm of a concert performance and has worked to share this incredibly creative moment since.
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