We are continuing our series that gives back to the industry answering the question, “What does a fractional CIO do?” and each article will outline a specific service offering of Outsourced CIO LLC in the day and the life of a fractional CIO. Some call this “virtual” Chief Information Officer or “fractional” CIO (we prefer fractional as the “vCIO” term has become a buzzword and misleading – see our FAQ on this). Because the fractional CIO creates value for growing businesses who might not otherwise be able to afford a Chief Information Officer, our topic for today is “Management Coaching Session”
This is can be a monthly service estimated 1-2 hours.
Deliverable: To schedule and facilitate a 1-on-1 coaching session with one of the leaders of the organization and produce an action plan based on the findings.
Description: Executives are often those who need the most coaching and support with technology. Disruptive technologies that change the business landscape are emerging from all directions and can influence strategies or even overall management of the organization. These events help keep executives personally ahead of the curve and more business-technology savvy. We help the executive or team member fix a personal or team issue. It can be an overview of a SAAS app, integrating devices or applications or brainstorming about a potential business problem.
Value Statement: Management Team development is crucial to keeping and increasing competitive advantage against our competition. Regular training and coaching sessions around technology bring good ROI for managers – from personal productivity to team development.
- Meeting Note and Agenda Template
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That’s is it! That is what a fractional CIO does. Have a tech-stress free day from Outsourced CIO LLC, where we demystify technology for growing businesses.
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