Elevate your staff’s business and leadership skills.
As a CIO or Senior Executive, you’re continuously challenged to develop the skills of your entire leadership team in order to drive more value to the business.
The workshops we offer reflect the evolving needs of IT organizations. These workshops provide the opportunity to reach large segments of the IT population in a customized and cost-effective manner.
Stakeholder Relationship Workshop – “Taking Business Relationships to the Next Level”
In order for IT to become a strategic business driver and game-changer, the technology organization must transcend its “service provider” relationship with stakeholders. IT needs to become a trusted partner and, ultimately, a true business peer. The Stakeholder Relationship Workshop is based on the Council’s “Future-State CIO® Journey” model which divides the CIO role into three stages – Functional Head, Transformational Leader and Business Strategist. This workshop provides organizations with the opportunity to not only evaluate which stage you and your staff are currently at within the model, but what actions can be taken to advance that relationship to the next level.
Executive Women in Business (EWIB) Workshop – “Lead with Impact”
This “Executive Women in Business” Workshop builds on the Council’s Executive Women in IT’s (EWIT’s) “Top Ten Pieces of Career Advice” guide which provides powerful insight from current female CIO’s. This workshop provides organizations with the opportunity to support female executives by empowering and improving their strategic business leadership skills and to be recognized as a supporter of diversity both within your organization and to the world at-large.
The Executive Women in Business workshop proved to be an excellent session for our group. Pamela Rucker brought down to earth and personal stories to the session which helped everyone in the group relate to the information. Everyone walked away with several action items to implement. Don’t be misled by this event being sponsored by the CIO Executive Council, the content is for all women! "
Twila Day, SVP CIO