"Learners Not Paying Attention? It Could Be How You Talk" with Scott Stiefvater

  • 11 Feb 2020
  • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM
  • Chabot-Las Positas Community College District Office, Dublin, CA


  • (formerly Mt. Diablo ASTD)
  • Everyone is welcome. Membership is not required; however, it is the chapter's primary funding mechanism. So, if you like what we do we would be honored by your considering joining us as a member. You receive big discounts and we can do more for our community of learning professionals.
  • Affiliate chapter member
  • Registration code required.


Join Us for Networking, Dinner & A Meeting Titled…

How to Speak In-line

with the Brain's Design

with Scott Stiefvater



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Parking is Free behind the Building

Attend this eye-opening mini-workshop and learn how to work in concert with your brain’s natural design for talking and listening.

Familiarize yourself with common speaking errors. Increase awareness and control of your own speaking habits. Practice behaviors that open your audience’s listening filter. Whether speaking to one, ten or a thousand people, the insights you learn in this program will help you to maximize your impact.


Key Takeaway

  • If you want to master connecting with learners and leaders, don’t miss this event.


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    You're invited. Join us! Bring a Manager! Bring a friend!



    Scott Stiefvater helps business leaders to create compelling presentations and deliver them with with authenticity and impact. And he does it all through an approach that frees speakers from the constraints of the old paradigm. Over a thirteen-year teaching career, Scott logged more than 11,000 hours in the classroom capturing the imaginations of middle school and high school students. He went on to lead workshops for Duarte, Inc., the global leader in presentation development and design. Most recently, he worked for a unique speaker coaching firm that specialized in a brain-based approach to the skill of speaking.



    Registration Instructions

    In the  BLUE BOX  (above and to the left), click the "REGISTER' button to begin the registration process. Then, follow the process as prompted. Before you do, please review these bullets. 

    • TO PAY BY CREDIT CARD: Click on the "Register" button (above left), register, then click "Pay Online" 
    • TO RSVP & PAY BY CASH OR CHECK AT THE DOOR: Click on the "Register" button and fill out the online registration form. When complete, a "Pay Online" button will appear. You are registered and should receive an email confirmation. It is not necessary to click "Pay Online" if you intend to pay at the door. 
    • If you have questions, email or call Joe Novosel at 707-332-8972.

    Walk-ins are welcome, but pre-registration helps us order the right number of dinners. Sorry, we cannot offer refunds or credits.

    The Price Includes Your Meal

    • Discounted Rate for ATD SF East Bay Members: $28
    • Guests: $40
    • Other Chapter Members Rate: $35
    • Student Member Rate: $20
      (please show student ID at registration upon arrival)


    Typical Monthly Meeting Agenda

    • 6:00 pm Networking & Registration
    • 6:20 pm Dinner begins
    • 6:30 pm Keynote presentation
    • 7:45 pm Meeting Adjourns / Optional "After the Show" Networking Begins

    Professional opportunities are usually 

    mentioned during the meeting

    Meeting Location

    Chabot-Las Positas Community College District / Chase Bank Offices

    7600 Dublin Boulevard

    Dublin, CA 94568

    Note: The Building says CHASE on the Dublin Blvd. side and Chabot-Las Positas Community College District on the back side (facing BART and where you park).

    We meet in room 270.
    Take the elevator and follow the signs.

    • Parking is free

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      ATD SF East Bay, Inc.
      2415 San Ramon Valley Blvd. #4401
      San Ramon, California, 94583

      ATD SF East Bay is a California Non-profit corporation.

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