Eric Bloom

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Eric P. Bloom, a former CIO, is Executive Director of the IT Management and Leadership Institute , an organization specializing in IT leadership development, and interpersonal communication skills. It is also the governing body for the ITMLP (Information Technology Management and Leadership Professional) and ITMLE (Information Technology Management and Leadership Executive certifications.

Eric is an Amazon #1 bestselling author, former nationally syndicated columnist, keynote speaker, TEDx Talk speaker, trainer, CIO.com contributor, past President of National Speakers Association (NSA) New England and an IDC Research Advisor.

He is also the author of various books, including his Amazon bestseller, “Productivity Driven Success: Hidden Secrets of Organizational Efficiency” and "The CIO’s Guide to Staff Needs, Growth, and Productivity."

Follow Eric on Twitter at @EricPBloom. Additional information can be found at www.EricPBloom.com.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Eric P. Bloom and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications Inc. or its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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