Greg Bollella

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Greg Bollella, CTO, Internet of Things, VMware

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“Becoming an effective leader in tech requires reaching across widely separated capabilities, concepts, skills and expertise. A good leader unites the coders at the micro level with the visionaries at the macro level, meaning that, to paraphrase a common adage, a CTO is a, ‘jack of all trades, master of most.’

You simply can’t ‘fake it till you make it’ and be a great leader in the technology industry.

Additionally, leaders today have the challenges of unifying teams across regions, time zones and skill levels to get the job done. The ability to communicate precisely and respond quickly is critical to building successful teams, as is having the vision to run teams efficiently around the world.

Lastly, it’s really important for leaders to actively be mentors of junior people in the organization. Formal mentoring relationships can offer wisdom and experience for the junior employee, and insight and education for the leader.

There’s value in both directions, for mentee and mentor, as well as for the organization. Mentoring is something all leaders should be offering to their team members.”

Joel Beasley

Joel began writing code at age 13 selling his first technology by age 18 for one million dollars. In his first three transactions, he developed key relationships and began working with Investors and Chief Technology Officers collaborating and building products in Real Estate, Law, Finance, and Fitness.

Today, Joel is a Chief Technologist volgging the process of building a company LeaderBits.io. Joel is an author of the book Modern CTO a #1 New Release on Amazon and a #1 Technology Podcast with 70k active listeners. Joel has a clear vision and passion for modern technology, placing him as one of the most exciting Chief Technology Officers to watch out for.

Joel is the President of BeasleyFoundation.org a charity that designs STEM related children’s books Back to the Moon and Princess Physicist. These books are then donated to orphanages, homeless pregnant woman and in-need children. Beasley Foundation was formed in February 2017 after Joel, Mitch and Valerie lost their Mother to Leukemia after being diagnosed 6 weeks earlier. Joel and his siblings wanted to do something unique with her life insurance money and the Beasley Foundation was formed.

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