Video Series: Women in Project Management, Part Two

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Voices on Project Management presents a six-part interview with Beth Partleton, PMP, PMI Board of Directors, on "Women in Project Management."

In week one, Beth shared her road to project management; her thoughts on the misconception that project management is a male-dominated profession; and the strides organizations have made in including women on project management teams as well as some candid observations on what still needs to be done.

In week two, Beth talks about the role that mentors can play in your career development and what she learned from them about effective team interaction.
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