3D Team Captains Breakfast
April 29, 2022 | 8:00 – 9:30 AM CST | 3902 NE Riverside Rd. St. Joseph, MO 64505
We are in the process of recruiting 3D Team Captains from 100+ organizations in Buchanan County to participate in this initiative… together.
A 3D Team Captain is one from within a participating organization who is willing to serve as a leader of a team. A team is a small group of 3-12 members who are committed to completing online training modules and participating in regularly scheduled small group meetings where the content can be processed together.
A 3D Team Captain serves the team in the following ways:
- Attends the 3D Team Captains Breakfast (register below) to connect with other leaders and receive training
- Communicates the online training schedule to the team while providing encouragement and accountability on the journey
- Establishes a monthly time and place for team members to meet and discuss the 3D content together as a team
- Facilitates the small group discussions by using the training/resources provided by 3DI
At the 3D Team Captains Breakfast on 4/29/22, we will answer questions, explain the processes, go over supporting resources, conduct initial training, and establish a calendar for ongoing opportunities to receive support.
Alan HofflerPanel Facilitator
Alan Hoffler is the Executive Director and Principal Trainer at MillsWyck Communications. Raised around America’s Space Program, Alan Hoffler has earned degrees in aerospace engineering and applied mathematics, but his true passion is teaching. Midway into his 25 years of training technical corporate audiences, instructing in the college classroom, teaching public high school, and speaking nationally to pilots about flying safety, he discovered the joy in helping others communicate with excellence. He believes that communication has the power to change a person, an organization, a community, and the world. With a coach’s passion, a teacher’s heart, and an engineer’s mind, he creates practical paths to greatness for his clients. When he’s not speaking or training, he stays active serving in the local chapter of his professional organization, supporting activities and instructing in his local church, and enjoying the privileges of his commercial pilot’s license. His blog identifies solutions to common communication foibles and highlights his analytical eye and desire to improve himself as well as his clients.
Alan is the author of Presentation Sin: The Practical Guide to Stop Offending (and Start Impressing) Your Audience. He is also the co-author of Silver Goldfish: The 10 Keys to Delivering Memorable Business Presentations. His books are a collection of relatable stories from the trenches and 100+ communication tips based on his 25-year career and his observations from thousands of hours speaking on stage, coaching speakers, and training in the classroom. Alan is also the co-author of 6 Steps Forward: Every Man Matters and leads retreats based on the concepts in the book. His most challenging training endeavor is also his most enjoyable – raising two children.
Wes Simmons is the President/CEO of the 3D Institute. He also serves as a national 3Dimensional Coaching presenter who has delivered workshops to thousands of coaches at every level of sport. From youth sports clubs to college athletic departments, from local school districts to National conventions, from Florida to California, Wes has captured audiences with the 3Dimensional Coaching content while sharing his personal experience of both playing for, and coaching with, a 3D coach.
Wes played college football at Northwest Missouri State University where he started on back-to-back NCAA DII National Championship teams. Upon graduation, he began his coaching career at Northwest while completing his Master’s degree in Athletic Administration. Since that time, his career has shifted from on-field coaching to coaching both athletes and coaches in all areas of life.
In addition to his speaking schedule, Wes serves as the CEO for 3D Institute. He resides in St. Joseph, MO, where he lives with his wife Amy and their 4 children.