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Magnificent Manager, Compelling Coach

0220_Cover.jpgFebruary 2020 | COVER STORY
   Coaching is a crucial function of managing. Every effective leader must be able to do it well. Such is the philosophy of Cherissa Newton, coauthor of the book Coaching for Results and a leadership expert at the Center for Management and Organizational Effectiveness (CMOE). It’s also the view held by many seasoned security managers like David Barton, the chief information security officer at Stellar Cyber, who previously served as director of security for AT&T and corporate security group manager for Sprint over his long management career.
   “Hopefully as a leader, you realize sooner rather than later that being a good coach to your team is part of being a good manager,” Barton says. “You can’t have one without the other.”

February 2020 ASIS News

The ASIS Foundation Board of Trustees members met with some of the Foundation’s scholarship winners at Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2019.

February 2020 Legal Report

The U.S. Supreme Court will not block a lawsuit the families of the Sandy Hook school massacre victims filed against a major gun manufacturer; Hong Kong's High Court found the law banning face masks was unconstitutional.

Getting to Know Brian Harrell, CPP

Brian Harrell is the assistant director for infrastructure security in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).