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December, 17, 2014
02:30 PM - 03:30 PM


Meeting Room W185


Tim Lautzenheiser

Tim Lautzenheiser

Awakening the Sleeping Giant - The Development of a Positive, Productive Student Leadership Program

Clinic Synopsis:

This clinic-session focuses on a proven blueprint of student leadership success using the tried-and-true one-room-schoolhouse approach that clearly demonstrates: "STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IS IN DIRECT PROPORTION TO ASSUMED OWNERSHIP OF THE ORGANIZATION'S MISSION."

Tim Lautzenheiser - Biographical Information

Tim Lautzenheiser is a trusted friend to anyone interested in working with young people in developing a desire for excellence and a passion for high level achievement. His career involves ten years of successful college band directing at Northern Michigan University, the University of Missouri, and New Mexico State University. Following his tenure at the university level, he spent three years with McCormick’s Enterprises working as Executive Director of Bands of America. In 1981, Tim created Attitude Concepts for Today, Inc., an organization designed to manage the many requests for workshops, seminars, and convention speaking engagements focusing on the area of positive attitude and effective leadership training. He presently serves as Vice President of Education for Conn-Selmer, Inc. In addition, he continues his rigorous travel schedule touting the importance of arts education for every child. His books, produced by G.I.A. Publications, Inc., continue to be bestsellers in the educational world. He is also co-author of popular band method, Essential Elements, and is the Senior Educational Consultant for Hal Leonard, Inc. Tim is the Senior Educational Advisor for Music for All, and NAMM (the National Association of Music Merchants). Tim holds degrees from Ball State University and the University of Alabama; in 1995 he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the VanderCook College of Music. He is presently an adjunct faculty member at Indiana-Purdue/Ft. Wayne University, and Butler University. In addition, he serves on the Midwest Clinic Board of Directors and the Western International Band Clinic/American Band College Board of Directors.