November 3, 2017 – Joe McGee is interviewed by SarderTV in New York City on October 2, 2017.
Joseph McGee has over 16 years’ experience in the IT industry for leading corporate, financial and educational organizations. 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. Joe is a Manager for Konica Minolta and also the District President of the CT HDI Chapter.
Watertown, CT – On October 21, Joe McGee in association with Random Film Studio filmed a music video in Watertown, CT for Easy the Mogul.
Easy the Mogul is a rapper from the Bronx, NY and appeared here in Watertown, CT. Filming locations included Leatherman’s Cave, Main St near Sweet Pea’s florist, Veterans Memorial Park, and Gayle’s Depot Square Farm Shoppe. In addition to his Connecticut appearance Easy the Mogul will be performing soon here in a Connecticut with details to further be developed.
More information on Easy can be found by following him on Instagram @easythemogul.
The video will appear on YouTube in the next few weeks. More information can be found at www.mcgeeleadership.com.Read More
Watertown, CT – Watch the recorded stream from The Watertown Library Association with the Indie Author’s who participated in this year’s panel. Panel authors were Joe McGee, AJ O’Connell, and Cindy Eastman. This was recorded on October 14th in Watertown, CT.Read More
It’s October and it’s Indie Author Day..
The Watertown Library is a host site for the 2nd Annual Indie Author Day when libraries around the world welcome their local indie authors and interested members of the public for a day of education, networking, mingling, writing, open mics, panels and much more!
Join us on Saturday, October 14, 2017 from 11:00am to 3:00pm when the Watertown Library at 470 Main St, Watertown CT.
The Watertown Library welcomes local authors: Cindy Eastman, Joseph McGee, and AJ O’Connell for a meet and greet with the public as well as a live panel discussion at 1:00pm.
Robin Osborn will moderate the panel discussion. Robin is a longtime Friend of the Library and leads our Reading Groups for adults that meet from September through June. She is the retired head of the English Department at the Taft School.
Refreshments at Noon – Free and open to the public – RSVP to 860-945-5360
Contact the library at 860-945-5360 for more information.Read More
Computer Visions, and their partner Sterling Thompson, have been known for the last 21 years as the premier providers of technical training. What many people may not realize is that they have actively supported and provided “soft skills” training. WHY? Because they understand the success of their own companies was due in large part because of these “soft skills” exhibited by their own employees.
The significance of leadership –
All successful organizations and businesses need effective leaders. The leadership of effective and well trained leaders is paramount to providing an agreed upon goal for the company’s success. Leaders are invaluable when it comes to formulating and communicating new strategic directions, as well as communicating with and motivating employees to increase dedication to organizational goals. Ongoing leadership skills training is essential to making sure that leaders are on the right track. Start now by learning “Leadership Lessons Inspired By A Six-Year Old.”
Computer Visions is pleased to partner with leading management author Joseph McGee to provide a FREE 2½ hour leadership seminar. He will also be raffling off a couple signed copies of his book!
Friday, October 27 at 1:30 PM – 4 PM
RSVP at 518-437-1600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited!
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On September 24th we interviewed Beth Caruso in Windsor, CT.