Nov 2, 2011
There’s lots of talk about IT leadership skills, but the personal energy capacity a leader needs to do it all is equally important. Even a champion marathon runner takes breaks. How can an IT leader, under the gun 24/7, maintain his/her “energy” at peak performance level? Where does he/she find the personal reserves to successfully handle stress and promote the maximum productivity of those around him/her as a successful IT leader should? What strategies can he/she use to boost energy levels and avoid becoming so exhausted as to be disorganized, burnt out, or simply inattentive?
Guest 1: Susan Cramm, President Valuedance and Former CIO, Taco Bell Corporation
Guest 2: Thomas H. Murphy, SVP & CIO, AmerisourceBergen
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