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How do you express your project management skill level? I’m an _______ project manager
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Although somewhat of a silly subject, we all use succinct words to describe ourselves in our Bio’s and Resumes. Some of these words might be considered perspectives and others a statement of our skill level. Limiting yourself to no more than two words (you can cheat if you want to) please state how you summarily describe your PM skill level as a simple statement and then describe why. Have fun with it and vote on your favorites.
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"Pragmatic" - having worked in a very wide range of contexts (domain, team size, company size, industry), if there's one thing I've learned it is that you have to be pragmatic with your approach to project management.

Kiron
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1 reply by Arunabha Bhattacharjee
Jun 02, 2019 2:43 PM
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Most people with substantial experience just use "senior".
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I echo Sante's feedback: I personally use Senior Project / Program / Portfolio Manager
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Super Awesome :)

Experienced. Senior. Versatile. Adaptive. Engaged. All depends on the context I suppose.
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Enthusiastic and Enterprising
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a superhero with awesome super powers! :)

I love this article.
https://www.projectmanagement.com/blog-pos...ip-Super-Powers

I love Kiron's answer.
"Pragmatic", factual, realistic, practical!
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Sometimes I use Construction PM or Ownerside Construction PM to be more specific.
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It is hard to say. I prefer to say I am a project manager.
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Depends who I am addressing.
Humble.
Helpful.
Diverse.
Professional.
Career.
Lifetime.

Like super awesome too.
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I might as well join in:

-- Battle-Hardened
-- Challenge Driven
-- Distinctly Seasoned (referring to salt and pepper hair)
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