On February 2, groundhogs around the country will come out of hibernation and look for their shadows. Is it time for your career to come out of hibernation as well? Are you looking for ways to advance (or start) your career in project management? If so, you need to come to the February chapter meeting!
On Thursday, February 16, PMI Southwest Missouri will host a round table discussion on all aspects of career advancement for the project manager. Facilitated by Juanita Woods, Performance and Project Management Coach for Pro3 Solutions, this discussion will focus on three key areas of professional development to help you stand out in your career search:
- What do you need to do? Experience requirements for aspiring and advancing project managers
- What do you need to know? Benefits of certification and training to your career
- Who do you need to know? Leveraging social media to network and market yourself to hiring managers and recruiters
The meeting will be held at the Library Center in Springfield, MO. The address for the meeting location is:
The Library Center [MAP]
4653 South Campbell Avenue
Springfield, MO 65810-1723
The meeting will start at 6:30 pm, but the doors will be open at 6:00 pm to give everyone a chance to network with the SW MO project management community.
Remember, this will be a PDU event and is FREE. Attendees will earn 1 PDU. You DO NOT have to be PMI certified or a PMI member to attend. Project Managers of all industries are welcome and encouraged to attend. Please register using the form below.
Click here to review the presentation: Feb_2012_Meeting_Presentation
About the speaker:
Juanita Woods is the owner of Pro3 Solutions, a training and consulting company for all things project, program, and portfolio management. With nearly 15 years of managing projects, programs, and people, Juanita understands what it takes to be a successful project manager and coaches project managers at all stages of their career to be successful. Her passion to help others and promote the project/program management profession drove her to lead the formation of the PMI Southwest Missouri chapter and share her knowledge and experiences with others through coaching, training, and consulting engagements.