Project Management

Project HEADWAY: Going Rogue: Honest and Practical Guidance on Freelancing


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A vast number of project managers are employed directly by organizations. Employment as a project manager is one career path, and it's certainly a viable one.

There are times when the opportunity presents itself to become a freelancer. By the same token, there are times when losing the org chart and becoming an independent looks like an appealing alternative path. While being an independent freelancer can certainly be rewarding and engaging, it is not without its risks and challenges.

In this presentation, Mark Mullaly draws on more than thirty years of being self-employed to pull back the curtain and reveal what it takes to successfully manage as an independent professional. You'll learn the successes, the defeats and what it takes to sustain a successful freelance practice, year in and year out. If you've thought about hanging out your shingle and calling yourself "boss," this is a presentation that you won't want to miss.

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