The Society for Information Management (SIM) is a not-for-profit organization of information technology experts, including CIO's, CTO's and emerging IT leaders, as well as key professionals within the IT community, such as academicians and consultants. SIM's mission is to support IT leaders in the greater Colorado area by increasing the knowledge base of members, giving back to local communities, increasing awareness on issues of importance to our local community, developing the next generation of effective IT leaders and establishing a forum to bring together IT professionals across industries.
Note that the date to get nominations in has been moved up significantly this year. The deadline is 5 p.m., Friday, Jan. 31, 2014.
The Denver Business Journal and the Colorado Chapter of SIM is seeking nominations for the top Business leaders in Colorado. The "C-Suite Awards" will honor the top Chief Information Officers, Chief Financial Officers, Chief Legal Counsels, Chief Marketing Officers and Chief Human Resources Officers in Colorado. We need all of our memberships help with this as this is a wonderful opportunity to recognize the best leaders and companies in the Rocky Mountain Region..Please find the link below and nominate today!
Tuesday March 18, 2014
700 Water Street
Denver, CO 80211
The event venue may change due to other events at the Downtown Aquarium. We will inform you if the venue changes.
5:00 pm Networking
6:00 pm Dinner
6:45 pm Program
Meeting Adjourns at 8:00 pm Networking continues until 9:00 pm
Influencing Generational Impact
Have you ever wondered why people from a different generation than you think, act, and communicate the way that they do? Have you ever wondered what members of other generations think of people from your generation? Have you ever wanted to tell them what you think of theirs? Attend the March SIM meeting for an interactive workshop designed to explore the societal and historical influences that shaped the generations in the workplace today and how they in turn impact our work cultures.
Speaker - Nathan Lindsay, MSOD Syntuity
Supported by graduate work in organization development and counseling psychology, Nathan has worked for over 15 years to understand the human element of business. Blending humor with data, anecdotes with science, and theory with practical application, Nathan leads interactive sessions and delivers keynote addresses that challenge participants to adjust the filters through which they see the world and how they build and maintain effective relationships. He has worked with clients in local advertising, healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, business services, hospitality, and retail. A former adjunct faculty member of Graceland University, Nathan is certified to facilitate multiple FranklinCovey workshops and is a certified leadership coach through Purdue University.