New Cyber Executive puts on semi-regular events on topics specifically for CISOs and cybersecurity executives. Topics include becoming more effective through building and enhancing relationships, tapping into personal and professional creativity, finding your leadership style and voice, trust and authenticity, common professional challenges for business-facing cyber leaders, NCE research findings, the CISO and the Board, identifying and avoiding common cybersecurity executive specific traps, among other topics of particular relevance to leaders in cybersecurity.
There's a plethora of books out there that give you a leadership model. Experience shows us that each person borrows from models to create their own - on the fly. What can this look like if done intentionally?
Risk-taking can take seasoned leaders to new levels. How can you identify these high-potential disruptive moves, frame them to de-risk them, and use them as career-enhancing moves? Even if they fail?
Show up orientated to the goals, aspirations, and challenges of those peers you depend on, while remaining your authentic self. Form meaningful partnerships across the organization.
A lack of "executive presence" is sometimes cited as holding back a CISO or potential CISO. But what exactly is executive presence? What skills does it require, and how do you strengthen yours?
Connect, orient, align, and build relationships from the start. Take pivotal actions at the mid-point of your tenure. Position yourself for success by rethinking your current role before your next career move.
Get more enthusiastic support and faster decisions in support of your ideas and proposals. Make it easier for your key decision makers and stakeholders to move from maybe to yes.
Priming Formal Decisions
How do you influence closed-door or closed-process decisions? In this workshop we explore several ways to make those decisions more accessible to you, and how to influence the decisions without being at the table.
CISO Listening Tour
Often underused by CISOs, a listening tour can show a path to addressing common CISO challenges such as business engagement, executive support, and cross-organizational understanding of the role of the CISO.
The Three Groups
Who are the three groups that make or break your success as a CISO? We'll talk about these three groups, what their interests are, and how to engage.
Habits that led to success in the past may be get in the way today and hold you back from being seen as a business executive. What habits affect the transition to CISO?