Join Us for the PMI Talent Management Conference 2017

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Register now and learn how PM Professionals cultivate skills the market demands. This virtual event will host six sessions focused on hiring managers, organizational leaders, and individual PM professionals. Attendees will learn about hiring practices, workplace culture, preparing for leadership, skills needed for relevance, and the current jobs outlook.

The event is open to all PMI members and registrants will have access to the recorded sessions for 90 days after the event. Even if you have a busy schedule you can register today and watch the recorded sessions when your calendar allows!

Make sure you register today to secure your seat for this members-only virtual event.

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Looking forward for this learning opportunity.

Excellent! Registered.

Should be another awesome conference.

I registered a while back and will join. Cheers !

Was very interesting,

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