Executive Coach

CIO Career Coach: Acing the interview

CIO.com blogger Martha Heller, continues her series on IT careers. This episode looks at what it takes, after you've gotten through the hiring gauntlet, to smash the interview and do your best to impress.

CIO Career Coach: How to build your brand

CIO.com blogger Martha Heller shares the secrets to building a brand that highlights what you do best.

CIO Career Coach: 6 signs it's time to leave your job

CIO.com blogger and executive career strategist Martha Heller explores the reasons IT pros may want to consider moving from passive job seeker to active job seeker.

CIO Career Coach: Acing the interview - part 2

In the latest installment of CIO's Career Coach, blogger Martha Heller digs deeper into the interviewing process, offering tips and techniques to help you land the job.

How to park budgets for innovation: Sudhir Sethi, IDG Ventures

Indian CIOs should engage with entrepreneurs in software and adopt new technologies like US CIOs, says Sudhir Sethi, MD, IDG Ventures India.

CIOs can become great brand ambassadors: Jessie Paul

Digitization of data, assisted e-commerce and mobile-first strategy will rule a CIO’s agenda in 2016, says Jessie Paul, CEO, Paul Writer.

Bounce back with IQ and resilience quotient: Michael Licenblat

CIOs and their teams should display a greater sense of tenacity while facing tough challenges, says resilience expert Michael Licenblat.

CIOs should get active on social media: Karthik Srinivasan

Social media provides a great opportunity for CIOs to become brand ambassadors and get back their value and power at the Board, says Karthik Srinivasan, social media/digital marketing professional, Ogilvy & Mather.

Write your own script for success: Rob Redenbach

The leader and the leadership team should find ways to do things that others are not doing, says Robert Redenbach, author and facilitator.

Companies should prepare for cybersecurity law in 2016: Pavan Duggal

Most companies in India are still not entirely compliant with the Indian IT Act 2000. This is a big nightmare for CISOs, says cyber law expert and Supreme Court advocate Pavan Duggal.

Innovate incessantly but kill bad ideas early : Roger LaSalle

The landscape is changing quickly and IT is low-cost low risk for CIOs to explore for company’s success, says Roger LaSalle, International Expert in Business Innovation & Opportunities.