The next CIO roundtable event is an in-person afternoon Mini-Summit featuring two thought provoking speakers, with a limited number of spots available for dinner and a showing of "Always... Patsy Cline" at the Hale Theatre that evening.
Friday, August 27th Agenda:
- 2pm-4:30pm: CIO Roundtable Special Session @ WCF Building featuring speakers Alan Fine and Clarke Rodgers (see topics and speaker info below)
On your registration, please indicate if you (and optional guest) are requesting tickets to join the social event. Tickets will be assigned by order of registration, so please register early:
- 5:30pm: Dinner @ Hale Center Legacy Room
- 7:30pm: "Always... Patsy Cline" @ Hale Theatre
New York Times Bestselling Author, performance expert, and coach to Fortune 100 business executives and professional athletes
Topic: You Already Know How To Be Great
In best-in-class organizations, improving performance begins with the quality of conversations between managers and employees. However, many leaders enter their role unprepared to initiate dialogue that elicits not just better performance, but individual greatness from members of their team. This session teaches a simple set of actions and a powerful process that leaders can use in conversations to bring focus, build trust, and ultimately drive better results. By learning the true nature of performance, leaders begin to believe in the powerful potential of every performer, understand their own role in freeing people up to do their best stuff, and begin taking action to improve individual, team, and organizational performance.
PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN TO:
- Deliver accurate and objective feedback
- Free others up to take action
- Bring focus and clarity to performer’s daily actions
- Connect interpersonal interaction with organizational priorities
Alan Fine is a New York Times Bestselling Author, performance expert, and coach to Fortune 100 business executives and professional athletes. He has dedicated the past 35 years to helping people from all walks of life elevate their performance and unlock potential. From the golf course to the boardroom, Alan has worked with many of the world’s most respected athletes and organizations, significantly impacting the organizational culture and business results of companies like Apple, Federal Reserve, Salesforce, VISA, Kroger and GE.
Originally from Wales, Alan has made his home in Utah. He is the Founder and President of InsideOut Development, a training company that specializes in workplace coaching.
Alan Fine is considered a pioneer of the modern-day coaching movement and is the co-creator of the widely recognized GROW® Model. Alan is a New York Times Bestselling Author, international performance expert, sought-after keynote speaker, and coach to Fortune 100 business executives and professional athletes. He has dedicated the past 35 years to helping people from all walks of life elevate their performance and unlock potential. From the golf course to the boardroom, Alan has worked with many of the world’s most respected athletes and organizations.
Inspired by a powerful personal performance breakthrough on the tennis court, Alan has refined and honed his coaching model into a profoundly simple and highly effective approach for improving individual and team performance—known as the InsideOut Approach. Alan’s work with the InsideOut Approach has touched the lives of athletes such as former Davis Cup tennis star Buster Mottram, world record-breaking triathlete James Lawrence, and PGA golfers Phillip Price, David Feherty, Colin Montgomerie, and Stephen Ames; and has significantly impacted the organizational culture and business results of companies like Apple, Federal Reserve, Salesforce, VISA, Kroger and GE.
Alan’s thought leadership on the nature of performance and the art of coaching for performance improvement, includes his recent New York Times Bestselling book "You Already Know How to be Great," as well as numerous other research articles and publications, and the proprietary content of InsideOut Development solutions portfolio.
AWS Enterprise Strategist & Evangelist
Topic: Security: The Ultimate Business Enabler
Description: Learn how a strong security culture, engineering, and operational practices can enable your business innovation.
As an AWS Enterprise Security Strategist, Clarke is passionate about helping executives explore how the cloud can transform security and working with them to find the right enterprise solutions.
Clarke Rodgers joined AWS in 2016, but his experience with the advantages of AWS security started well before he became part of the team. In his role as CISO for a multinational life reinsurance provider, he oversaw a strategic division’s all-in migration to AWS in 2015. At a time when some companies avoided moving to the cloud because of strict security requirements, their migration was actually driven by security requirements, with a goal of achieving Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 accreditation to demonstrate the company’s protection of its very sensitive personal data.
Now, Clarke brings his AWS migration experience and more than 20 years in security, risk, and compliance roles to guide enterprise customers in their cloud transformation journeys.
“CIO-Only” Roundtable Luncheons are held every 6 to 8 weeks. These invitation-only events are reserved for the top IT position in our member companies. (Participating companies need to have an IT staff of 6 or more). This is a great opportunity to network with peers and find out how they are addressing technical and leadership issues that may be similar to yours! The luncheons are vendor-free and we average ~35 attendees.
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