Yesterday, “my” NHL hockey team finished the regular season and officially made it to the playoffs. Playoff fever, here we come! In the post-game interview, a comment by the head coach caught my attention: “We thought of the game tonight as a dress rehearsal for the playoffs, and made it a must-win.” Technically, they didn’t …
Learn 4 Ways To Solve the Design & Construction Project Management Talent Shortage in your project-based business.
Picture this… On Friday, it’s your youngest daughter’s graduation day. You can’t wait to see her cross the stage to collect her diploma. You’ve been looking forward to this day for years. In preparation for the big day, you sit down with your team leads on Monday. You tell them you’ll be out of the …
How is Project Squirrel Syndrome (PSS) chasing away your chances of a PM promotion? Check out this article to find out!
Are you experiencing frustration because you are not getting any feedback on your job applications? Perhaps you’ve had a few screening or first round interviews but don’t get invited for the second round. Are you also unsure of how to network effectively with other professionals to find hidden opportunities? Learn about the five common mistakes to avoid when entering the Project Management market.
You have completed your education in Project Management and achieved your first credential – congratulations! The next step is to enter the market into your first project related position. It is not uncommon however, for people to struggle to get their foot in the door. Two of the age-old questions from recent grads are: “How do I get experience without having any experience?” and “How do I get into the industry if all the job postings have minimum years of experience?”.
Are you seeking a career in project management but are unsure of where to start?
Aspiring Project Managers can experience some common roadblocks when it comes to getting into the market and successfully delivering their first few projects.
There are many possible starting points to a career path in project management, each that bring different strengths and knowledge to the role.
How do you show your pride and appreciation for your project’s accomplishments?