Seminar 01F - CIO 101: Successfully Navigating Your First Year as a CIO
PLEASE NOTE: Separate registration and fee is required to attend this seminar.

Tuesday, October 28 | 9:30AM–5:30PM | Room W340D
Moving to your first CIO position presents both exciting opportunities and serious risks. This session will address the crucial first year of a successful transition, the time when the senior manager's leadership style is asserted, new relationships are formed, and reputation is established. This session will address a set of key questions facing the new senior leader. What should my first actions be? How should I begin to build productive relationships with my new colleagues? How can I balance the expectations placed on me and my own sense of timing? How will I communicate my plans and vision? We will address the different challenges facing those moving up within their own institution and those moving to a leadership role in a new institution. This session is of particular interest to new or aspiring CIOs and CTOs, as well as department heads, directors, and librarians moving to leadership positions.

Presenters

  • Pattie Orr

  • Robert Renaud

  • Joanne Schneider

    University Librarian, Professor in the Libraries, Colgate University
  • Dennis Trinkle

    Director for the Center of Information and Communication Sciences (CICS) and Director of the Applied Research Institute, Ball State University

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