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Project Management Mentoring
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Are you actively involved either as a Mentor or Mentee in a Mentoring Program? Do you work with Veterans? How about combining those...Do you participate in a Veterans Project Management Mentoring Program? If you have an interest to Mentor Veterans who are trying to make it as a Civilian PM, message me and I'll send you information how to participate.
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I am interested in having a mentor. How can I get one?
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Hi Taiye,

Are you looking for a mentor to help you pass the PMP exam or overall PM mentor?
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1 reply by Taiye Elizabeth Akinwale-Oyegbile
Nov 16, 2017 9:58 AM
Taiye Elizabeth Akinwale-Oyegbile
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Hi Kelly,
I have passed the exams. I need a mentor to help me better understand the profession in Northern America.
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Hi ,
I am interested in an overall PM mentor.
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Your local PMI chapter is a great spot to find a mentor. Some chapters have formal programs while others are a great source of talented PMs looking to give back.
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Sound like a great idea.
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Nov 15, 2017 10:26 PM
Replying to Kelly Marble, PMP
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Hi Taiye,

Are you looking for a mentor to help you pass the PMP exam or overall PM mentor?
Hi Kelly,
I have passed the exams. I need a mentor to help me better understand the profession in Northern America.
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I am always happy to mentor people. If I can help troops reintegrate civilian life, so much the better.
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1 reply by Joseph Pusz
Nov 16, 2017 11:39 AM
Joseph Pusz
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Hi Stephane,

You can check out this Mentoring website. We are partners with 3 Veterans organizations and collectively we are connecting Mentors with Veterans to help them with their transition to Civilian Project Management.

https://www.thepmosquad.com/veterans-project-management-mentoring
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Nov 16, 2017 10:01 AM
Replying to Stéphane Parent
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I am always happy to mentor people. If I can help troops reintegrate civilian life, so much the better.
Hi Stephane,

You can check out this Mentoring website. We are partners with 3 Veterans organizations and collectively we are connecting Mentors with Veterans to help them with their transition to Civilian Project Management.

https://www.thepmosquad.com/veterans-project-management-mentoring
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1 reply by Stéphane Parent
Nov 16, 2017 2:41 PM
Stéphane Parent
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Will do, Joseph. Thanks for the link and the opportunity.
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Nov 16, 2017 11:39 AM
Replying to Joseph Pusz
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Hi Stephane,

You can check out this Mentoring website. We are partners with 3 Veterans organizations and collectively we are connecting Mentors with Veterans to help them with their transition to Civilian Project Management.

https://www.thepmosquad.com/veterans-project-management-mentoring
Will do, Joseph. Thanks for the link and the opportunity.
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While I have not been a mentor, I have been a mentee (sounds funny). This was such a great experience for me. My mentor was the most impressive leader I have ever worked for. He was a CEO for our hospital at the time and I learned so much from his leadership and guidance. He graciously shared book recommendations, ideas and concepts (such as seeing things in systems) and gave me homework assignments at the end of each session. He is retired, but will be coming to our local PMI chapter as a speaker soon. Even in retirement he continues to mentor and support others. If you could find a mentor like mine, you hit a gold mine.
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2 replies by Joseph Pusz and Stéphane Parent
Nov 16, 2017 6:49 PM
Stéphane Parent
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I've never liked the word mentee. Too much like a sea mammal. I prefer the term protégé.
Nov 17, 2017 11:05 AM
Joseph Pusz
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That is a great story Lori. There are so many Leaders who have provided time and guidance. I love the phrase "Lift as you Climb".
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