Post-event update: Our leaders have returned to the office, rested and refreshed from the TECNA CEO Retreat. Twenty Tech CEO's attended the 2.5 day program where they shared and practiced team leadership skills and participated in Peer-to-Peer best practice sessions at the home of the Edward Lowe Foundation www.edwardlowe.org.
Thanks go to the staff at Edward Lowe who developed a program with our Tech Council Executive Directors in mind and to CompTIA which sponsored the program keeping our precious resources where they need to be.
March/April Lowe Retreat #1
This will be exclusive to the CEO / ED of TECNA members.
Retreat Agenda, check out the TECNA CEO Retreat #1 Brochure describing the program which was designed with the Tech Council CEO in mind, to improve your performance as a tech council leader and to achive a new level of cohesiveness and networking within our industry as we look for new ways to help the North American innovation economy grow.
Don’t know Lowe? Check out http://www.edwardlowe.org
Feel free to call or email Paige if you have any questions, firstname.lastname@example.org 860-289-0878, x335
The organization must be an active 2010 TECNA Member to attend.
This event is made possible by the support and participation by our program sponsor:
About CompTIA, online at www.comptia.org :
CompTIA is member driven and is led by an elected board of industry professionals. All proceeds are directly reinvested in programs and initiatives that benefit our valued members and the industry as a whole. CompTIA also gives back to the industry through the CompTIA Educational Foundation, which provides education and training to individuals under-represented in the IT industry, such as at-risk youth, dislocated workers, disabled workers, and veterans transitioning out of the military.
CompTIA is known worldwide as the leading provider of vendor-neutral IT certifications. CompTIA certifications identify IT professionals who prove their aptitude in various fields, such as security, network administration, computer repair, and server administration. CompTIA has a global reach, serving members from offices in Australia, Canada, China, Germany, India, Japan, South Africa, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States.