Teamwork is Critical for Startups: It’s Not Just for SportsNovember 16, 2021 | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm ET | Online Webinar
Co-sponsored by IEEE TEMS. Learn more about TEMS*
There are similarities between sports and business. The goal is to win and both require a strong team. It all starts with the team you build, how you motivate them, inspire them to do more, and you retain them. In this event you’ll hear from three experts with extensive knowledge helping start-up succeed, building teams,creating strategies and culture.
There will be more than an hour of online networking via Zoom, available to registrants before the meeting, and a half hour networking post-meeting, that would give attendees the chance to “meet” virtually the speakers and moderator.
Registration for this event will close on Tuesday, November 16 at 3 PM. All times are USA Eastern Daylight time, webinars will not be recorded.
Event ScheduleNovember 16, 2021
Nina CashmanFounder, Pave Your Way, LLC
Darcy EikenbergExecutive & Leadsrship Career Coach | "Red Cape Rescue: Save Your Career Without Leaving Your Job"
Innovative yet practical, creative yet structured, fun yet results-focused, I strive to be known and remembered for one key result — helping leaders get more life out of work.
With a unique mix of perspectives, passions and practice as an ICF credentialed coach, professional speaker, blogger and author, I founded the Red Cape Revolution (RedCapeRevolution.com) as a way to inspire all of us to rediscover our own superpowers, bring them to our work, and make a bigger difference in their corner of the world.
My latest book is “Red Cape Rescue: Save Your Career Without Leaving Your Job.” If it’s time to take control of your life at work and thrive once again, you’ll want to check it out now at RedCapeRescue.com.
I also teach and facilitate leaders’ groups inside organizations, focusing on learning how to advocate for their own careers, gain clarity on their future paths, and communicate better with teams and colleagues.
I’d love to help you and your colleagues create new ways to improve your experiences at work in ways that work in our real lives, inside our real organizations, in real time.
Tony MartignettiChief Inspiration Officer at Inspired Purpose Coaching
At Inspired Purpose Coaching, we are on a mission to elevate leaders and equip them with the tools to navigate through change. We guide leaders who are ready to be elevated by clarifying their focus so they can transform their professional lives and realize their true potential.
I have over 20 years of experience in navigating people through change and unlocking their true potential.
Before sharing my experience as a coach, I was a finance and strategy professional with experience working with some of the world’s leading life sciences companies. Along my journey, I also managed small businesses and ran a financial consulting company. Throughout my career, I have learned many lessons, not only as a leader but also working with high-performing leaders across multiple organizations. My passion for helping people has fueled my inspiration at Inspired Purpose Coaching.
Moderator & Organizers
Dan SkibaVP Printed Electronics Chasm Advanced Materials, Vice-Chair Boston ENET
As a Product Development Company Executive, I provide strategic leadership in product innovation and managing global teams, delivering award-winning products to the international market. My ability to problem solve, direct the entire product development lifecycle, and gain commitment to a common goal have driven faster release of products and market penetration. By building synergies across all Product Life Cycle disciplines, we have delivered products that result in 100% product utilization and seamless integration into customer environments. My skills in optimizing international resources have significantly reduced costs and streamlined production, delivering product excellence.
CO-SPONSORED BY IEEE TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (TEM) SOCIETY, BOSTON CHAPTER
This meeting is co-sponsored by IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society, Boston Chapter.
National: The Engineering Management Society (EMS) was founded in 1951, becoming the Technology Management Council (TMC) in 2007. In 2015 we transitioned to the Technology and Engineering Management Society, (TEMS). The Boston TEMS Chapter has been approved by Section and IEEE HQ during 2017 and had is serving Boston area with its programs since inception 2018.
Vision, Mission, Values at http://www.ieee-tems.org/
Boston TEMS Chapter: Technology and Engineering Management (TEM) Society, Boston Chapter is for Engineering Managers and Executives from Engineering, Science and Technology based companies. All those aspiring to become proficient and powerful Leaders are welcome. We aim is to provide knowledge to make strategic and critical decisions. We draw upon real-life scenarios from across the spectrum of engineering specialties. Our meetings will serve those looking to Manage Engineering Programs, Projects and Technologies. You can learn from leaders, get mentored by experts, share experiences and network with accomplished professionals.
We invite all our Technology and Engineering Management (TEM) Society members, Non-members and interested engineering executives in technology and engineering to participate in this meeting. Please Confirm Participation by sending email to Nemo firstname.lastname@example.org. First 20 confirmations will get coupon code to register for free from Nemo.
TEM Chapter Leadership Karthik Ganesan Chair, TEM and Ananda Chakravarty, Chair- Technical Activities committee.