INE WEBINAR SERIES
Biz-Tech Blueprint: Smart Investment Strategies for Retaining and Recruiting Top Tech Talent
Tuesday Dec 8 at 2:00 PM EDT
Finding top-level IT talent is more challenging now than ever before. While you may be successful in attracting the best people, current COVID-19 restrictions can make integrating those new employees into your team very difficult. In this webinar, we’ll explore some options for upskilling your current team members, and discuss the benefits and drawbacks of that approach. Hear from global tech experts Richard McLain and Neal Bridges about smart strategies to retain your best talent, while providing the skills needed to make your business stronger and more secure.
As CEO of INE, Richard McLain's vision is to develop tomorrow's IT experts through a savvy approach combining practical hands-on training with videos and assessments. Graduating with an undergraduate and graduate degree in Software Engineering along with an M.B.A. from Auburn University, Richard has honed his business and software leadership experience across various technology sectors. Since beginning his INE journey in 2010, Richard has focused on creating an IT education platform that has trained students worldwide and continues to drive client value through new and innovative learning techniques.
Cyber Security Practitioner & Advisor
Neal is a cyber security professional with over 20 years of experience in Information Technology and Security. From his start at Cyber Command in the Air Force to advising Fortune 100 companies, Neal has had an active impact on the strategical, operational, and tactical areas of cyber security. Currently, he is leading a global security operations transformation program and is actively involved in the community.
Public Relations Director
Kathryn is an Emmy Award-winning Public Relations professional with more than two decades of experience as a journalist. She has worked as a television reporter and anchor for CBS News, as well as local tv stations in New York City, Baltimore MD, Raleigh NC and Roanoke VA. Kathryn has covered historic events including several presidential inaugurations, the 2018 Olympics in South Korea, and she worked as a New York Stock Exchange-based correspondent during the financial recession of 2008. Kathryn graduated from The University of Georgia, and currently lives in Raleigh with her family.