CIOs and IT leaders don't have one central gathering place online, and fostering a quality network of peers is both a challenge and an opportunity. Three established IT leaders share real-world tips to help you bolster your peer networks.
We walk a fine line in our relationships with team members. On one hand, we need to be personable, caring and engaged with our team. On the other hand, we don't want to become too caring and focused...
Forming strategic partnerships not only creates a powerful reciprocal network, but also propels you toward your goals, exposes you to new insights and optimizes the time and energy you invest in relationships.
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