Rudy Giuliani Keynotes Fourth Annual Harvey Nash Leadership Lecture Today
Giuliani to Share Leadership Lessons with More than 200 CEOs and CIOs in Tech
NEW YORK – March 4, 2014 – Harvey Nash, a global executive search, professional recruitment and IT outsourcing service provider, today welcomes Mayor Giuliani as the keynote speaker at its fourth annual Leadership Lecture in New York. Giuliani will address more than 200 global business leaders on the theme of transformative leadership, and share how IT C-suites can transform their own organizations into environments for success.
Acclaimed as one of the most effective chief executives in modern American history for his leadership and bravery during 9/11, Giuliani will share his perspectives on what true leadership means, and impart lessons attendees can implement in their own organizations to create real change.
“We are truly fortunate to have an exceptional and proven leader such as Mayor Giuliani with us today,” said Harvey Nash USA CEO Bob Miano. “Growing up and building my career in and around New York I witnessed firsthand one of the most startling transformations of a city, as a result of Giuliani’s leadership. He delivered real and impactful change for the people of New York. He showed personal tenacity and enduring leadership during the most challenging of times. I am deeply honored to welcome Giuliani as the keynote speaker at this year’s Harvey Nash Leadership Lecture.”
In today’s opening remarks, hosts Bob Miano, President & CEO of Harvey Nash USA, and Albert Ellis, Global Chief Executive of The Harvey Nash Group, will address how leadership, and the lack of it, is impacting the IT industry from the strength of its workforce to its effect on the U.S. and global economies.
The Harvey Nash USA Leadership Lecture event is an annual gathering of more than 200 Chief Executive and Chief Information Officers interested in economic news and focused on the role of U.S. business in a global marketplace. Prior keynote speakers include political commentator and former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina (2013), U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (2012), former U.K. Minister of Trade and Commerce and advisor to Tony Blair, Lord Digby Jones (2011) and International Business Professor at Georgetown University and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce under Ronald Reagan, James P. Moore, Jr. (2011).
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About Harvey Nash USA
Harvey Nash USA is the U.S. division of The Harvey Nash Group, a global professional recruitment firm and IT outsourcing service provider traded on the London Stock Exchange since 1997. Harvey Nash has helped over half the world’s leading companies recruit, source and manage the highly skilled talent they need to succeed in an increasingly competitive, global and technology driven world. With 4,000 experts in more than 40 offices across Europe, Asia and the U.S., Harvey Nash has the reach and resources of a global organization, and it fosters a culture of innovation and agility that empowers all employees across the world to respond to constantly changing client needs. Harvey Nash works with clients, both big and small, to deliver a portfolio of services: executive search, IT professional services and IT staffing. To learn more, please visit www.harveynashusa.com.
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