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Lessons Learned From 2020 To Boost Your Resilience

by Bruce Harpham

2020 was challenging for most of us in various ways, from dealing with health and economic worries along with missed social connections with friends and family. ​Use these six tips to boost your resilience in 2021 and beyond.

4 Steps To Ensure Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick

by Michael Huber

How do we increase our chances of success in following through on our New Year’s resolutions and not end up fading out and accepting failure by February as so many others do? These four tips will help you stay on track.

Use Your Project Management for Good

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Effective adaptation starts personally. It starts with being willing to consider and explore what you have, how you approach things and whether they are working. It means testing the values and assumptions that have led you to adopt the practices you use, and to evaluate whether they still hold true.

Philanthropy as a Networking Tool

by Andy Jordan

Not all opportunities to volunteer are created equal, so how do you go about choosing the best ones—the endeavors that will provide personal networking value? There are a number of elements that you can look for.

5 Ways Project Managers Can Make the World a Better Place

by Bruce Harpham

If you're weathering the pandemic storm from a professional perspective, you should help other people. As project managers, there are a few ways to apply yourself to making the world a better place.

How Learning PM Skills Transformed a Career

by PMIEF

Public relations officer Akierah Binns is often asked to collaborate with stakeholders when it comes to communication management. The only problem? She never learned how project management could help effectively streamline some of her processes. Enter PMIEF to help...

Is There Still a Role for Project Specialists?

by Andy Jordan

With project managers increasingly expected to be business focused, are there still opportunities for people to specialize in an element of project management?

How You Can Give Back With Your PM Skills During the Pandemic

by Michael Wood

If you have a philanthropic heart and have strong entrepreneurial, project management and business acumen skills and talents, the world needs you now more than ever. Here's how your PM skills can be put to use outside of work.

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