TAB Show Opening
Categories: Management, Radio, Sales, Television
TAB President Oscar Rodriguez welcomes delegates with highlights of TAB’s successes this year, followed by a Keynote Address from Dr. Rick Rigsby.
We live an era of astonishing technology, instant information and rampant social networking. Despite the epidemic advances that ushered in a new millennium, cultural critics argue that society has never been shallower in communication and more superficial in appearance. In fact, Dr. Rick Rigsby argues that for many organizations, appearance—or what he refers to as impression—has become the new corporate wardrobe.
We invite you to rediscover what is really important and meaningful—not only in your professional career but in your personal life as well. Join Dr. Rigsby as he shares the wisdom of past generations—wisdom that will inspire, motivate, and empower you to make an impact rather than an impression!
Dr. Rick Rigsby
The San Francisco native is a former award-winning journalist, who followed a television news career with six years of graduate school—culminating with a Ph. D. from the University of Oregon.
A college professor for two decades, Dr. Rigsby spent most of those years at Texas A&M University, where he served as character coach and chaplain for the Aggie football team.
Dr. Rigsby now devotes his full attention to empowering people worldwide.
Throughout his three decades in broadcasting and academe, Dr. Rigsby has received numerous commendations and awards, including being named a two-time recipient of the prestigious Outstanding Teaching Award by Texas A&M University’s College of Liberal Arts.
In addition to academic publications, Dr. Rigsby is the author of “Lessons from a Third Grade Dropout”—the story of timeless common-sense wisdom learned from his father.
Note: this session is open to all convention attendees!