May Lunch & Learn
The Pin Drop Principle: Captivate, Influence, and Communicate Better Using Time-Tested Methods of Professional Performers
NOTE: Register by May 13 to reserve a lunch.
Credit card users MUST pay in advance. If you are paying at the event, we can only take cash or check.
Do you want to be a more confident and credible communicator -- in presentations, classroom sessions, team meetings, or one-on-one-conversations? Do you want to hold your audience's attention and engage them so completely that you can literallyhear a pin drop?
Join us for lunch and learn more about the Pinnacle Method™ - a 3-step process that gives everyone -- from introverts to polished speakers -- delivery tools and techniques from the world of professional acting. You can use this award-winning process to captivate your audience, persuade others, and enhance your career.
In this interactive session, you will learn how to:
About the Speaker:
- Make a strong first impression
- Determine your message's objective and how to deliver it in order to influence your audience
- Align your voice and body language to clearly communicate that message
David H. Lewis is Co-Founder and CEO ofPinnacle Performance Company and co-inventor of the Pinnacle Method™, a learning system that meshes acting techniques with contemporary business skills. He is also the co-author of The Pin Drop Principle.
David has 15 years of experience in executive-level sales and marketing at both Fortune 500 companies and high-tech/Internet start-ups, where he was generally in charge of building and developing the initial sales forces.
In 2004, he co-founded LastLine Endeavors, a film development and production company that produced the award-winning feature film Brothers Three: An American Gothic. Then in 2006, he co-founded MidCoast Development, a screenplay acquisition and development company that has provided a conduit for many emerging and largely unknown Midwestern screenwriters and their work.
On stage or in film, David has worked with Jack Nicholson, Harvey Keitel, Madeleine Stowe, Robert Duvall, James Earl Jones, John Heard, Neal McDonough, Patrick Wilson and more. He is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, and is a graduate of Cornell University with a degree in Business Management and Communication. He lives in the greater Chicago area.
Register now for: The Pin Drop Principle
2013 Annual Austin E-Learning Symposium Conference
The E-Learning Council is pleased to announce the 2013 Annual Austin E-Learning Symposium conference web site is open for registration: http://els.elearningcouncil.com . Be sure to take advantage of the early-bird discount by registering now to save $120! Austin ASTD members please use ASTDAUS13 for an additional discount.
We have an exciting line-up shaping up for this year’s E-Learning Symposium and Workshops.
Speakers at the conference on Wednesday, June 12, 2013 include:
- Emerging Insights on Learning: The Road Ahead
Dr. Mark Milliron, Western Governors University
- Public Facing Training
Linda Warren, MicroAssist
- Think Like a Game Designer
Jeff Johannigman, Texas Workforce Commission
- Augmented Reality and 3D Graphics: New Avenues of Learning
Jeremy Kenisky, Geomedia Inc.
- The Changing E-Learning Landscape, a Panel Discussion
Tim Ellinger, Lynda.com and Dr. Paul Miller, Softchalk
- Humanizing E-Learning with Informal Video: Pluses, Pitfalls and Practices
Katie O'Malley and Tom Carroll, The National Alliance for Insurance Education and Research
- Leveraging the Power of Infographics
Randy Krum, InfoNewt
Want to take a deeper dive? Don't miss the following in-depth sessions / workshops on Thursday, June 13, 2013:
- Transitioning from E-Learning to M-Learning
RJ Jacquez, Mobile Learning Analyst
- Guide to Recording Great Audio for Your E-Learning and Podcasts
Alex Turkovic, Big Commerce
- What Your Momma Never Told You, Top E-learning Tools and Strategies for Accessibility Compliance
Hiram Kuykendall, MicroAssist and Kathy Keller, Department of Family and Protective Services
Please note, registration for the workshops is separate from the E-Learning Symposium, and registration to the Symposium is not mandatory to attend the workshops.
E-Learning Symposium 2013 Austin is around the corner
Get your ticket today!