Year End Gala & Awards Ceremony

Thursday, December 10, 2015

Please join us on Thursday, December 10th for our Year End Gala and Awards Ceremony. This is our largest and most exciting 
event of the year!  We will be celebrating another successful year for HDI Nebraska. Not to mention, and most importantly, we will be honoring the elite IT Service and Support candidates and crowning the winners for Analyst of the Year and Desktop Support
Technician of the Year.  This is an event you will not want to miss!

Guest of honor Ryan M. Cameron, Executive Director of Technology Innovation, Exploration and Research for Creighton University.

Members are FREE to attend!  
Non-members $35.

Cheering sections welcome!
Support your company's nominee and the Nebraska IT Service and Support community. 
Get a table or two (8 people/table for only $280 or $35/non-member, members are FREE) 
Contact Matt Kade to secure your table(s) today!

DC Centre
Omaha, NE 68164
5:30 - 9:00 PM

Special thanks to this year's sponsors:    

Kirk Weisler

Thursday, January 28, 2015

Kirk is currently the Chief Morale Officer for companies and organizations around the globe.  He is a past leader of the National Speakers Association, a master team builder, and a professional storyteller. He has been a part of 7 startups.  One of these startups created over 1,000 jobs for aspiring IT professionals.

In 2014 Kirk was invited to give over 50 presentations on leadership in other countries, visiting every continent. He continues to work with the best and brightest teams from dude ranches to medical institutions to help them on their journey of building a more engaged and positive culture.

Kirk’s book “The Dog Poop Initiative” has sold over 80,000 copies. It has now been translated into German, Spanish, and even Hebrew. While this book is written for all ages and can be found in many public school libraries, the #1 buyer of the book is Boeing Aircraft who uses it for their Six Sigma Lean program. Managers often use this book for their morning huddles or weekly kick-off meetings.

Prior to Kirk’s career as a CMO and professional speaker, he served in the 19th Special Forces and as a US Army Ranger.  For more information, here is Kirk's website:

Stay tuned for more details.