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Arnie Rowland: Kick-Off Meeting -Preventing Presentation Paralysis

  • In-Person @ Salem, Oregon, United States (map)
  • 11:30 - 13:00 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
  • Language: English

In this Kick-Off Meeting for SalemSQL, Arnie Rowland will offer a professional development session that will help you feel more confident and prepared for any presentations you may be called upon to give, to Team members, colleagues, management, and various constituent groups. 

Lunch will be provided.
Please click here for location details AND to RSVP and let us know you plan to attend.

Kevin Kline will be the March Speaker -watch for details.

Featured Presentation:

Prevent Presentation Paralysis

Arnie Rowland, Consultant/Trainer Westwood Consulting, LLC

Stop fretting about giving presentations -you CAN decide to become more confident, come across more polished, and actually present with authority. In this session, you will learn, and pick up some great tips about how to better prepare, and then present, technical material. You WILL leave with an improved sense of possibility! Arnie will guide you with techniques to better understand and match the audience's expectations to your presentation goals. You will gain a better understanding of how to prepare your presentation, as well as how to get, and hold the audience's attention. And even how to be more relaxed with the inevitable critique from colleagues. Ramp up your career. Don't miss this session!

About Arnie:
Arnie long ago realized that most issues between Developer and DBA comes from incomplete communication and a misunderstanding of each other's objectives. He is a frequent Trainer and Mentor for Developers and DBAs, bringing both sets of skills to better communicate with teams to create a working solution. For over a decade, Arnie has been a SQL Server MVP, Certified Trainer, technical editor for several publishers, including MOC, and has served as University and Community College adjunct faculty. Clients include Fortune 500 and Multi-Nationals, Federal and State agencies, Foreign governments, and local enterprises –both public and private.



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