Joe McGee Presented at the Watertown Library on March 21

WATERTOWN , CT

Joe McGee presented, “Leadership Lessons Inspired By a 6 Year Old” on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 – 7:00pm at the Watertown Library at 470 Main St, Watertown, CT for a book talk and signing with author Joe McGee who will be presenting Leadership Lessons Inspired By A 6 Year Old – a leadership book based on a call center environment. This book speaks about the relationships of raising children and how they turn into valuable lessons of how to properly raise a team in the workplace.

    The talk covered a few sections of the book including:
  • Chapter Two: Avoid Tunnel Vision – This covers that sometimes simplicity is best and often overlooked. The answers are often in front of your nose.
  • Chapter Three: LTA principle and “The Pearl Necklace.” Learn how to instill confidence and become the subject matter expert
  • Chapter Five: Show and Tell is a must: Why it’s important to use objects to emphasize points

After the conclusion of the speaking event, Joe offered a book raffle, book signing, and a Q&A with attendees.

For more information about Joe McGee and his book visit mcgeeleadership.com.

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Over 16 years' experience in the IT industry for leading corporate, financial and educational organizations. I have held various positions as Technical Trainer, IT Analyst, Website Developer, Manager and Desktop Support Technician. Joseph McGee was born in Hartford, Connecticut. He has been involved in the technical industry since the year 2000. He has been involved in speaking topics such as "Building Team Dynamics" and "Leadership Lessons Inspired by a 6 year old", which has been expanded into the topics in this book. He lives in Connecticut with his wife Amanda and three children (Ursula, Nathan, and Tabitha.)

Joseph McGee is a Manager for Konica Minolta and also the President of the CT HDI Chapter (http://cthdi.org). Joseph is also Six Sigma Black Belt Certified.

Joseph McGee can be contacted via email at jmcgee@mcgeeleadership.com.

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