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ITLC news for February 2017

Register now for the February workshop, Service and Performance Excellence, with Martie Adler, February 17, 2-4pm (ET). Martie is an organizational development consultant and certified coach at IU Human Resources. Learn more and register >>

Sign up now for the next book group: "The Phoenix Project: A Novel About IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win," by Gene Kim. Every Friday, March 24-April 28, 1-2 pm (ET), IT 209 (IUPUI) and CIB 250A (IUB). James Bennett will be the facilitator. To join a book group and get more information, sign up for the email list >> Log into IU List and click Subscribe.

Register for an ITLC workshop: Speed of Trust Overview, April 7, 1:30-4pm. Locations will be available on all campuses (IUB: IC 105; IUPUI: IT 303). Learn more and register >>

Save the date: MOR Associates annual virtual conference, Reimagining IT: The Journey Continues: June 20, noon-4 pm (ET), Devault Alumni Center (IUB). Watch for an additional morning session at the Center featuring networking and lunch (8:30-noon). All ITLP and Boot Camp alumni are invited to attend.  Details coming later.

IT Leadership Community alumni: Where are they now? "Being part of the IT Leadership Program was a transformative experience for me," says IU Northwest's Myriam Young. Read more in IT Connections >>

ITLC Speaker Series

Mike Langellier, president and CEO of TechPoint, will speak on the state of tech in Indiana and how to cultivate young talent. He will also share tools that he adapted from Salesforce in order to increase team alignment and execution, Vision, Values, Methods, Obstacles and Measures, or V2MOM. Wednesday, March 8, 10am (ET); CIB Wrubel Commons with live stream. Prior to TechPoint, Mike started a banking software company, which he sold in 2011. Before that, he held various roles in companies large and small, including Experian and Baker Hill. Learn more and register >>


Why we have too few women leaders

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg looks at why a smaller percentage of women than men reach the top of their professions -- and offers 3 powerful pieces of advice to women aiming for the C-suite. Listen >>

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