Date(s) - 09/23/2015
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
This webinar covers the ins and outs of establishing and maintaining technology relationships. One of the biggest detractors for establishing a successful IT implementation is being able to establish realistic goals and maintain positive working relationships between technical and non-technical staff.
During this session, we will take a deeper exploration into the technical mumbo-jumbo that makes IT a difficult beast to understand and spend time decoding the important aspects that will make you successful at managing one, two, five or twenty people in your IT department.
Can’t attend the live event? Register over here for access to the recording, made available within 7 days of the live webinar.
Instructor Bio ~ Justin Denton
Justin Denton is a driven new technology adopter that utilizes his vast experience within the technology industry to successfully implement and manage solutions within multiple environments. Justin has a background leading teams for IBM as well as developing and creating departments focused on delivering innovative and efficient service-based solutions through a managed client relationship. Justin has effectively breathed new life into departments and organizational structures that have historically been managed by traditional methods. His non-traditional method to management has not only benefited from high employee retention and loyalty rates. Effectively building a department/company that people want to work for rather than just a necessity for sustaining employment.
Driven by the passion to learn Justin also co-focuses on developmental learning activities through his efforts as a faculty member, educational volunteer, and leader. Justin has served as Program Coordinator & Lead for the School of Technology at Rasmussen College. During his time he grew the technology programs at Rasmussen over 12% along with redeveloping the curriculum and staffing the instructor population with industry leading talent. Through these efforts he partnered with industry leaders such as Microsoft & CompTIA to build academic programs around their technology principles.
Justin’s various community efforts ranged from developing Crash Course Community Education Series on various technologies uses, Chicago Ideas Week – Hosting a session on Computer Repair, TEDx Naperville serving as Production Director and Planning Committee Member, as well as redeveloping the Romeoville, IL Area Chamber of Commerce Website.
With this total combination of technology adoption, education and management Justin has developed an ecosystem of methods to implement, deploy, and sustain technology education and motivation within todays technology drive industries.
Registration is closed for this event.