CANCELED: April Monthly Luncheon

April 14, 2020
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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Maggiano's Little Italy
10910 Domain Drive #100
Austin, TX 78758
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The health and safety of our members and attendees is our highest priority. Following the CDC’s March 15th recommendation that organizers cancel/postpone in-person events that consist of 50 or more people and the recent announcement from Austin Mayor Steve Adler of restaurant closures and that the gathering of 10 or more people is prohibited, IREM Austin has made the decision to cancel the April 14th Luncheon. We will reschedule Reagan to join us at a later date.

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Join us on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 from 11:30AM-1PM at Maggiano's @ the Domain for an informative luncheon presentation by Reagan Pugh, Co-Founder of Assemble.

"Speak and be Heard: The Art of Creating an Engaging Presentation"

Delivering remarks and presentations can be scary and nerve-wracking. Here’s the good news - the secret to a great presentation isn’t what most people think. While your credibility matters and the information you present should be correct, the integrity of your information is not the metric for an engaging and memorable presentation. The secret to great presentations is simply this: Don’t Bore The Audience. Join Reagan Pugh for an interactive session to help you understand what your audience needs to stay engaged, how to connect stories to your presentations, and how to make your big ideas memorable.

SPEAKER BIO: Reagan delivers workshops and keynote speeches on personal effectiveness and leadership development around the country under the banner of Assemble, the consultancy he co-founded in 2016.

Before Assemble he guided initiatives on storytelling, culture, and leadership development at companies like Nike, Pepsico, Western Digital, and Kimberly Clark as Chief Storyteller with the innovation consulting firm, Kalypso. Reagan has designed leadership courses for Texas State University, Trinity University, and Angelo State University, and as a Teach for America corps member on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota taught high school English and launched a theater program. In the program’s inaugural year he led the school to win the state one-act play competition for the first time in school history.

Reagan is invested in the work of the Epilepsy Foundation, occasionally performs improv around Austin, and probably knows more about Batman than you do.