IT Leaders Circle Luncheon
Leadership: Team Building
Building and Maintaining Internal
& External Teams
Every IT leader wants an efficient, innovative team that can solve problems, achieve goals, and raise the enterprise to a higher level of performance. (On the flip side, you don't want a disruptive, disfunctional team that fails to deliver strategic results and job satisfaction.) So how do you create and nurture teams of diverse people, talent and geography?
At this exclusive luncheon, you and your peers will explore strategies for building and strengthening internal, external and virtual teams.
You'll learn how to
- Proactively use communication and technology to build trust -- the cornerstone of any successful team -- despite differences and distance
- Maximize process gains and minimize losses through continuous training and team-developed mission statements, core values, objectives and group identity
- Identify and screen potential team members for the personalities and technical skills that will complement the team
- Engage vitural and external team members to overcome issues of isolation and help them contribute to the team's success
- Balance interpersonal and technicial skills among team members
- Assess and recognize team performance, and create a structure for continuous improvement
Join us and learn strategies for nurturing teams that achieve results. Attend this event!
GET INSIGHTS FROM OUR KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Our Journey From Ideas to Innovation
Brian E. Hoff, Director of Emerging Technology, Exelon Corporation
His team's mission is to solve high value business challenges with the use of emerging technology that is scalable across the enterprise.
Hoff joined Exelon in 1994, and has held a variety of roles within the company. In his first few years he worked at Quad Cities Generating Station in Engineering serving as a Design Change Coordinator and then into Nuclear Oversight performing Root Cause Evaluations.
He then transitioned into the Information Technology (IT) Department as a Client Support Analyst, supporting all of the IT Applications in use within a Nuclear Generating Station. Years later, he relocated to the Chicago-land area as a Lead Client Support Analyst performing Executive Support and coordinating Nuclear Fleet Wide Programs. This set the stage for numerous management level positions, supporting all of Exelon’s Business Units. These positions included: Desktop & Messaging Engineering Manager; Network Engineering Manager; Operational Security Manager; and Network & Security Architect. He served as the Director of IT Strategy, where he set the IT Strategic Technology Direction, reporting directly to the CIIO and working directly with all of the various IT VPs.
PLUS, GET PRACTICAL ADVICE FROM OUR EXECUTIVE IT PANEL:
|| Jennifer Inserro, Director of Security, Health Care Service Corp, is the Director of Information Security Compliance for Health Care Service Corporation. She has more than 15 years of IT and IS experience. Her current responsibilities include managing the teams that perform internal controls assessments, security policy and awareness, vendor security assessments and IT risk management. She volunteers as an editorial review for the ISACA Journal. Ms. Inserro obtained her CISA and CISSP certifications and has a master's degree in Public Service Management from DePaul University.
||Judy Nagy, Head of IT, North American Lighting
is a 24 year veteran of IT. Judy leads the development and execution of IT strategic direction for North American Lighting, Inc., an OEM manufacturer of exterior vehicle lighting. Judy is known for her innovative approach and continuous improvement methods. Her passion is to use technology to enhance the customer experience, drive business productivity and competitive advantage. She recently led the strategic initiative for corporate –wide systems centralization and virtualization resulting in significant bottom line savings and streamlined operations. Prior to joining North American Lighting. Judy held IT leadership roles at Thyssen Krupp Presta, SMC Pneumatics, and Kraft Foods. She also has experience as a solutions integrator serving as Vice President of Indianapolis based, InfoTech.
Judy served as an Officer in the US Army Signal Corps after graduating from Cornell University where she attended on an Army ROTC scholarship.
Lori Ambrose, IT Program Director PMO, CNA Insurance
||Moderator: Bruce Webster, The Judge Group has been in the IT consulting and staffing industry for over 16 years helping organizations and IT leaders with the IT resources necessary to leverage technology for the business. He currently heads up Wisconsin for The Judge Group, a global leader in IT Professional Services since 1970 with over 40 branches throughout the US, Canada and China. He is also Executive Director of ITEM - Information Technology Executives of Milwaukee. An association of the Milwaukee area's top information technology leaders, managers, directors and CIO's.
THAT'S NOT ALL! YOU'LL ALSO EXPERIENCE
- In-Depth Roundtable Discussions that allow you to learn from your peers
* BUT, YOU MUST QUALIFY TO ATTEND THIS EXCLUSIVE EVENT *
The IT Leaders Circle is a club within the Technology Executives Club for Enterprise Executives, director level and above at companies with $100 million+ in revenue.
Questions whether you qualify? Please contact Maria Tuthill at (847) 837-3900 x1
11:30 AM - CHECK IN & NETWORKING
11:45 AM - LUNCHEON & ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION
12:30 PM - KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
- EXECUTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION
2:00 PM - CLOSING REMARKS
Who Should Attend:
- Senior IT and LOB Executives
- VPs & Directors
- Any IT Executives who want to develop leaders at their organizations
|ATTEND THIS EVENT
Chicago, IL Fri. Sep 20, 2013
11:30 AM to 2:30PM
Union League Club
65 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago IL 60604
Attendance is complimentary to qualified attendees
Call Maria Tuthill
at 847-837-3900 x 1
IT Executives & Staff Members
1. Member Registration
2. Nonmember Registration
Learn how to attend this event with a complimentary VIP Pass
Pre-registration required. Must be Qualified.
Professional business-casual attire required.
Final speakers and topics are subject to change.