Things I Wish I Knew at The Start of My Career

Starts:  Jan 19, 2022 01:00 PM (ET)
Ends:  Jan 26, 2022 02:00 PM (ET)
This session is in association with our OATUG 6-part Professional Development Series.

Abstract:
The world in which IT professionals dwell is super competitive and is constantly changing. No one person possesses all the skills to do it alone. In order to be a successful IT professional for the long run, one needs to master the essential skills of partnering, teaming, and collaborating with organizational professionals from a myriad of technical and non-technical worlds and across the generational divide. Learn the secrets of successfully working with others from a veteran IT professional, who started as a Tech-Intern, and who eventually became the President of OATUG.

Learning Objectives:
1: Learn the power of trust and why it is the most important element in any working relationship
2: Understand how critical networking, partnering, & collaborating is in building successful teams
3: Learn to successfully build teams across the generations (from traditionalists to Generation Z)

Educational Tracks:
#ProfessionalDevelopment 
#EmergingLeaders 

Presented by:
@Doug Manning 
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Location

Online Instructions:
Url: http://ams.oatug.org/Meetings/MeetingRegistration.aspx?ID=383
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