Mar 11 - 12, 2015
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This invitation-only event brings together the C-level community unlike any other conference. Developed by and for government, the New York IT Leadership Academy is designed to address the most important policy, management and leadership issues surrounding the future of digital government and the role of the public sector CIO in the State of New York.
This Year's Topics Include:
Communicating the Right Way – It’s Not Just What You Say, It’s How You Say It
Anthony Huey, Owner, Reputation Management Associates
Communication skills are constantly being judged by others, often subconsciously. How you communicate in everything from casual conversations to formal presentations can be the difference between success and failure. Don’t miss what is often your only opportunity to connect and leave a lasting impression. Learn to think quickly, take control, and effectively communicate your message to a wide variety of audiences including customers, vendors, internal staff, boards, management, community partners, the news media, and even elected officials.
Getting Beyond Great! How to Achieve Extraordinary Results!
Joe Contrera, President & Founder, ALIVE@WORK
In today’s fast-faced world, simply being average isn’t going to get you anywhere. Don’t settle for “just good enough.” If you want to compete in today’s global economy, you, your people and your organization need to be extraordinary!
In this dynamic employee empowerment presentation, Joe will reveal:
Innovating Every Day
Holly G. Green, Author & Owner, The Human Factor, Inc.
Your biggest threat may not be changing markets or new technologies. It’s what you think you know and what made you successful to date. In today’s chaotic markets, unlearning has become just as important as learning. What are you still relying on that no longer applies to today’s business world? What is getting in your way because it used to work? This session will show you how to uncover the “thought bubbles” floating around in your head that keep you stuck in the past. Then she’ll teach you how to get unstuck, replace the old with the new, and stay focused to get the results you want. It’s not easy. It is possible.
This is an invitation-only event.
For registration and general assistance contact:
Shayna Mayen, Registration Coordinator
Phone: (916) 932-1314
Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, contact:
Heather Earney, Sales Operations Manager
Phone: (916) 932-1435