Professional Development


Education Level: Intermediate

6412 - Avoid Road Hazards and Maximize Your Impact As a New Manager

Wednesday, September 27
2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

This session will raise awareness for the soft-skill responsibilities a manager needs to lead a team. The ideal profile of the session attendee is a strong performer in an individual contributor role with at least five years’ experience. During this interactive session, we'll share caveats and real-life examples centered around team dynamics.
In addition, we'll share '"A-ha!" moments and observations from managing teams such as why respected > liked; solving subordinate problems is inefficient; and when micromanagement is acceptable. Lastly, we'll touch on ways to get better at managing people and staying on top of your game as a leader, such as investing in yourself and developing your advice-counsel network.

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Dwayne A. Price

AVP & Technical Solutions Manager
Fortune 1000

Dwayne Price has been leading IT teams as a supervisor and/or project manager for 15 years. In addition to the CCSP and CSSLP credentials from (ISC)2, he has earned the Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT), TOGAF 9 Certified credentials from the Project Management Institute, International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), and The Open Group, respectively. Dwayne holds undergraduate and advanced degrees in information systems. He has participated in the Columbia Business School Emerging Leader Development Program and the Georgia Tech IT Management Program. In addition, he has served as an adjunct associate professor for the University Maryland University College since 2007.


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