Boost session- ‘Top tips to make online meetings work for you’
Many of us have been asked to jump into the world of exclusively virtual meetings for the first time. Julie Canepa, the CIO of Cisco Australia and New Zealand has been supporting Cisco’s workforce to work remotely for nearly 20 years. In this webinar, Julie will share her top tips and best practices for running smooth meetings and what to do when things go wrong.
3 key takeaways people will leave with;
Look at your technology
Look at your environment
Etiquette and best practice
About Julie Canepa
Julie Canepa is responsible for driving strategy to enable business & IT alignment. She achieves this by focusing on growth, productivity and user experience across Cisco’s IT service portfolio and by enabling digitisation through IT initiatives in Australia and New Zealand. Julie is proud to be named as one of the top 50 CIO’s in Australia by CIO Magazine for the last three years running and in the top 100 CIO’s in New Zealand for 2018.
Julie has been in the IT industry over 20 years, leading IT initiatives in a wide variety of global and regional roles. She has held several leadership positions at Cisco, specialising in IT service delivery in sales, commerce, supply chain systems and operations. Key initiatives include global ERP programs, Commerce solutions, CRM, customer insights and delivering exceptional employee experiences in a mobile first, and as-a-service framework. Her strong commitment to operations excellence and aptitude for partnering cross-functionally has resulted in great synergies between business and IT.
Julie shares her passion for technology through her active engagement in the IT industry. Julie is regularly involved in speaking events, customer engagements and acting as an IT Advisor for several large Australian entities. She thrives on peer to peer sharing and has developed a two day IT event at Cisco Live Melbourne called the ‘IT Management Program’ which runs annually with over 430 attendees.
Julie is an active member of her community with special interest in promoting STEM education and championing women in technology. She is executive sponsor for Cisco’s Connected Women program in ANZ, she is a board member for Cisco’s employee engagement initiative “Working @ Cisco in ANZ” which seeks to enrich work life at Cisco. She is passionate about raising awareness of childhood cancer and helping to feed those in need in the local community. She resides in Sydney, with her husband and 3 children.
Tuesday April 21st, 2020
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