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Technology, Careers and Networking

Join us to hear from John Crites, one of the Triangle's top technology leaders, as he discusses Technology, Careers and Networking strategies.

John Crites is currently the President and CEO of Triangle Technology Executives Council (TTEC) and  is the Senior Director of Business Analytics at Futures Inc.  He has many years of experience as an Information Technology manager with aggressive fiscal management and operational oversight at both domestic and international operations.

With a proven track record of major IT initiatives and exceptional organization development, his customer sectors supported have included NIEHS, USAID, NSF, DOD, State projects and education. 

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  • James C.

    Thanks for sharing from your Best Practices this morning.

    September 25, 2013

  • Helen D.

    I thoroughly enjoyed the information about networking. I learned a lot about the process and what I need to do to be more successful in the future.

    September 25, 2013

  • John M. O.

    Excellent insight from a Triangle Technology Leader!Thank you to John Crites from Triangle Technology Executives Council (TTEC) for presenting to Triangle Executive Careers Group on his networking ideas, tips and his career journey. Some takeaways include:

    1. Don't just show up for any networking meetings but get involved and on committees with your volunteer and/or associations

    2. Get actively involved and engaged in groups and find a way to more actively contribute (vs. just attending)

    3. If you are between jobs volunteer for all the things you can to help those groups grow and get actively engaged in the key meetings

    4. Find a way to tailor your "elevator pitch" in creative and natural ways and if given the opportunity to talk to a key person make sure they know and can remember you in a positive way

    September 25, 2013

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